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JS Wright appoints commercial manager

Continued business growth has prompted mechanical and electrical building services provider J S Wright to appoint Ian Hill as its first commercial manager.

J S Wright commercial manager Ian Hill

Based at the Birmingham headquarters but also serving its London office, Ian will manage the financing of J S Wright’s UK-wide M&E projects, ensuring these are all protected from commercial risk and achieve their full objectives.

Growing as a £50 million business, the company is currently working on some of the UK’s biggest residential and mixed-use projects including Castle Park View in Bristol and The Silk District, Nine Elms, and Wimbledon Grounds in London.

With almost 25 years of commercial experience in contracting and consultancy, Ian was previously Midlands regional commercial manager for a multinational support services and construction group. Prior to that, he was associate director for a multinational professional services consultancy responsible for the delivery of all M&E services outside London.

Ian, who lives in South Staffordshire, has a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in The Cost Management of Building Engineering Services from Nottingham Trent University. He is also a Member of the Association of Cost Engineers.

Phil Leech, managing director of J S Wright, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ian to our senior leadership team. His vast experience and expertise will support and strengthen the commercial functions within our growing business, ensuring that we continue to meet and exceed the expectations of clients while ensuring that all our projects are protected from risk.”

 

7 October 2020

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