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J S Wright to grow business with new tier of directors

J S Wright is promoting six people to a new associate director level to help grow the business and to reward outstanding managerial success.

The promotions will take effect from 1 May.

J S Wright managing director Marcus Aniol said: “The creation of a new tier of directors has been driven by a very healthy order book and our confidence in an even brighter future.

“It will enable us to strengthen our management structure and ensure that our increasing workload is carried out to the highest quality standards.”

J S Wright is benefiting from increasing growth in the construction sector, especially in central London where foreign investment in new apartments is helping to drive the UK’s economic recovery.

Mr Aniol said: “The experience and expertise of our designers, engineers and site workers has enabled J S Wright to become the mechanical services contractor of choice for some of the biggest residential schemes in London.

“We have serviced more than 2,000 new homes in London, as well as luxury hotels, for leading developers.”

He added: “We have been so successful that we are looking forward to achieving a 40 per cent increase in turnover to more than £25m in our current financial year.

“We have already recruited a further 17 people in the past six months to bring to well over a hundred the size of our directly employed workforce.”

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