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Shouksmiths' makes new team appointments

Shouksmiths has made two appointments in its regional divisions.
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John Goodall has been appointed contracts manager. Working with York division manager David Shouksmith and the York team, he will be responsible for the delivery of projects within the division including the company's current work on decent homes and social housing for a range of companies.

Mr Goodall has been involved in the building services industry since leaving school. Following completion of his plumbing/heating engineer apprenticeship, he went on to work on a wide range of projects in the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors.

Meanwhile, David M Turner has been appointed as quantity surveyor, covering both the company's York and Sheffield divisions. He brings 22 years' experience in a variety of sectors. As well as being responsible for all the quantity surveying requirements, he will also be take on the more technical duties on contract law and contract conditions to help develop and enhance the company's risk management systems.

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20 May 2011

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