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JS Wright makes three new London appointments

Building services provider JS Wright has appointed three new members of staff in the South East.
All three employees are based at the new London office of the design and build mechanical services specialist at Northumberland Avenue in Trafalgar Square.

Robin Thorne has joined the company as contracts manager, Chris Revell as contract engineer, and Christine Wiesztort as contracts administrator, all reporting to the operations director for London and the South East Paul Featherston.

Mr Throne began his career in 1988 as an 18-year-old apprentice with a London-based firm of engineers where he rose to project manager, among his major projects was the construction of the Millennium Dome.

Chris Revell has six years' experience in building services, having been apprenticed to an international firm of services providers in Middlesex before moving on to two central London-based engineering firms where he rose to project manager.

Ms Wiesztort joined with more than ten years' experience in the building industry as a secretary and office manager. She will be responsible for all office administration, health & safety matters and assisting staff employees on site.

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8 December 2011

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