The Board


Roger Adcock


Roger Adcock has spent 35 years managing construction companies in his 45 years in the industry. Previous appointments include; Group Managing Director of Mansell Ltd, Managing Director of Amey Building Ltd, London Managing Director of Killby & Gayford Ltd and Non-Executive Director at Killby & Gayford Ltd.
Roger is also a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Constructors and The Worshipful Company of Masons and a member of The Bridge Ward Club in The City of London and was Master Constructor in 2009 while is currently Hon Secretary of The Construction Liveries Group.
An elected Board Trustee of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), and the construction industry training charity Teambuild.
Roger joined the Board of Reactec mid-2013, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge, experience and integrity to the company’s governance and strategy processes.


Jacqui McLaughlin

Chief Executive Officer 

Jacqui McLaughlin joined Reactec from Smiths Group PLC, in 2014. Nine years of career progression within Smiths Group in various business leadership roles were preceded by nine years of product line managements responsibilities under venture capital ownership of a high-tech Scottish SME. High tech SME’s is where Jacqui’s career began in product design and project management.  
Jacqui is passionate about applying technology to differentiate business performance and to make a difference to the end customer. 
Jacqui has a First Class Honours in Electrical and Electronic engineering from Strathclyde University and owes much of her approach in team working to 20 years of competitive Hockey which included 45 caps representing Scotland.


Eleanor Barnard

Finance Director 

Eleanor Barnard joined Reactec in 2006 when it was a firm of consulting vibration engineers spun out of the University of Edinburgh, and has experienced first-hand the company’s growth through the development and commercialisation of its product offerings.
Eleanor started out as a post-doctoral research scientist working on “Mad Cow” disease and Alzheimer’s Disease, before becoming a biotechnology entrepreneur, co-founding a spin-out from the University of Edinburgh in 1999 that developed gene silencing technologies.  After 6 years running the SME as Operations Director, she retrained as a chartered accountant, and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Eleanor brings a unique combination of financial integrity with deep rooted expertise in Reactec’s core offering to ensure the business operates to the highest standards.


Tracey Gorman

Business Development Director 

Tracey Gorman joined Reactec in 2016 from previous director roles as a Head of Key Accounts with HSS Hire Group, Commercial Director for EJ Access Solutions and Business Development Director for Ashtead Plant Hire.
A long-standing career spanning 25 years focussed on business attainment through identifying and delivering customer needs.
Tracey joined Reactec with a passion to make a difference to what the technology offered its clients and their employees. Tracey leads the customer facing activities of the business with care and expertise in developing teams to be effective in sales and customer satisfaction.


Mark-Paul Buckingham

Non-executive Director 

Mark-Paul Buckingham was an original founder of Reactec as a spin out from Edinburgh University. Mark-Paul has a First Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Edinburgh and has obtained a PhD in Mechanical Engineering based on complex composite monitoring structures.
Mark-Paul’s core expertise is mechanical vibrations and he runs Xi-Engineering as a spin out from Reactec to help clients accelerate their research & development, solving complex engineering problems by applying advanced multiphysics simulation and measurement techniques.


Fiona Perrin

Non Executive Director 

Fiona Perrin joined the Reactec Board in 2019 following a 30 year executive career in sales, marketing and general management, heading up businesses in the construction and services sector including those at HSS Hire Group and Rentokil Initial, before becoming a private company and PLC Board Director. 
Fiona now works as a non-executive director in the private and not for profit sectors. She is also Chairman of Independent Builders Merchants Group and non-executive director at Coastline Housing, complementing her focus on Reactec.
Fiona is also a commercial author and business journalist.


Alastair Hogg

Non Executive Director 

Alastair Hogg is an entrepreneurial commercial leader with a 20-year career dedicated to innovation and international growth in the Health & Safety product sector. 
As Group Sales Director and member of the Executive Board of Latchways plc, Alastair played a leading role in the development and growth of the business from £5m to £50m+ in revenues, establishing Latchways as the globally acknowledged expert in its field.  Following the acquisition of Latchways plc by MSA Safety in late 2015, Alastair remained with the business to lead and support the successful integration program. 
Alastair joined the board of Reactec in November 2019..


Iain Mackay

Non Executive Director 

Iain Mackay has an extensive background in a number of technology companies including COO at Intuitus, CIO at Wolfson Microelectronics, CTO of, and founder managing team member and CIO at Kwik-Fit Insurance. Iain helped all these businesses successfully through periods of rapid growth, investment and diversification. He has also advised on hundreds of PE investments throughout the UK and Europe.
Iain joined the board of Reactec in November 2019.



Severfield Rowen Group - Robert Skinner, Group SHE Director

“Severfield Rowen Group is committed to ensure our employees work in a healthy and safe environment. We are therefore working with Reactec and their HAVmeter to reduce the risk of vibration to our employees within the steel fabrication industry. By measuring tool usage and exposure levels we are able to produce data to enable us to manage and control the individual’s exposure to a more acceptable level.”