New Face at Beech Developments
Seasoned construction manager, Jason McGee joins Beech Developments in Conwy.
Jason has been appointed by the local housebuilders as part of its expansion plans in the Conwy area and says he already enjoying the new challenge and commitment to building quality sustainable award-winning homes.
“As construction manager, I am responsible for delivering projects from beginning to end, ensuring they are delivered on time, within budget and to the highest quality which is an incredibly satisfying role.
“I will oversee the planning, design and construction of several new developments, including 46 sustainable 2, 3 and 4 bedroom residential homes at Gwel Y Mor, Dwygyfylchi, 12 stunning luxury executive apartments in Pwllycrochan Avenue, Colwyn Bay and the company’s new offices which will see the business relocate to Llandudno Junction later this year.”
Commenting on the latest appointment at Beech Developments, Matthew Gilmartin, managing director, says; “We are delighted to welcome Jason to the team; he brings a wealth of knowledge and more than 20 years’ expertise in the housebuilding industry in both the private and public sector. His outstanding reputation as a construction professional with strong leadership skills and proven track record of success comes at an exciting time for Beech as we look to expand with plans for several developments in the area. His commitment and drive is already making a great contribution and we are certain he will help shape our future.”
Jason joins Beech Developments from Seddon Construction, Greater Manchester, where he spent 12 years managing construction sites before being promoted to contracts manager and then construction manager responsible for 13 sites overseeing health & safety, quality, time and profit, winning Best Site Agent Award in the 2013 LABC North West Building Excellence Awards.
Prior to working at Seddon Construction, Jason worked with R Williams for almost a decade gaining invaluable trade experience before moving towards the more strategic aspect of construction sites and was promoted to general foreman.