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J S Wright recruits three new project managers

Daniel Kenmare, who has 15 years of experience in the construction industry, has strengthened the project management team working from J S Wright’s head office at Portland Street in Aston, Birmingham.

J S Wright, the building services provider, has appointed three new mechanical project managers.

Daniel Kenmare, who has 15 years of experience in the construction industry, has strengthened the project management team working from J S Wright’s head office at Portland Street in Aston, Birmingham.

Previously an M&E project manager for a construction group in Borehamwood, he has worked on major residential schemes including St Dunstan’s House at Fetter Lane in central London and Ruskin Square in Croydon.

He is currently working on a £27m contract to equip London’s new 441-home Keybridge development, which includes Britain’s tallest brick apartment tower.

In addition, Lee Sherriff has joined the company’s office at Henbury Road in Westbury-on Trym, after working as a mechanical contracts manager for a major engineering company in Bristol, where he also played a lead role in managing the electrical installation elements of combined M&E projects.

With almost 20 years of experience in the industry, he has worked on projects ranging from the extension and refurbishment of Weston College’s Locking Road campus in Weston-super-Mare to the refurbishment of the UK headquarters of multinational oil company Saipem in Kingston-upon-Thames, London.   

He is currently working on the fit out of 195 houses and apartments at the former Reynard Mills Trading Estate in Brentford.

Andy Mison, who has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry, has joined J S Wright’s office at Northumberland Avenue in Trafalgar Square, London.

During stints with M&E firms in London, Ilford and Bedford, he managed a number of prestigious government contracts and major residential regeneration projects.

He is currently working on the fit out of 144 new energy efficient homes at New Union Wharf on the Isle of Dogs in east London.

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