Mechanical and electrical building services provider JS Wright has boosted its expanding electrical business after appointing a new senior electrical estimator.
Stacey Wall, who has 30 years of experience in electrical services, will cost the electrical element of M&E projects across the hotel, residential, social housing, student accommodation, leisure and commercial sectors.
Based at J S Wright’s headquarters in Birmingham, Stacey will work alongside estimating manager Paul Bullock in supporting the company’s project teams at its offices in Aston and central London.
Stacey previously worked for an electrical contractor in West Bromwich, where he was apprenticed, and has experience on major projects including 33-storey Centre Point in London and cathodic protection on the M6 motorway.
Phil Leech, managing director of J S Wright, said: “Stacey’s skills and experience will reinforce our position as a rapidly growing provider of combined mechanical and electrical services packages in association with our electrical supply chain.”
Established in Birmingham in 1890, J S Wright designs, installs and maintains mechanical and electrical services for the hotel, residential, social housing, student accommodation, leisure and commercial sectors. The company recently launched a new residential maintenance company, Wright Maintenance, serving homeowners and property managers across London.
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