Change at the top

Watson and Cox

1st December 2019

Focus On Wellingborough

Watson and Cox

THE end of 2019 is approaching, and Watson & Cox Construction can look back on some changes, and how it has experienced the market pressures and invested in its team.

The main headline in recent months is the promotion of Darren Wallace to Managing Director. Former MD Bill Gardiner will be remaining with Watson & Cox, which ensures his vast experience will help the business further secure its future. Years of planning have resulted in a stable and admired business.

Watson & Cox has also invested in bringing through the next generation of team members. Mollie Phipps and Thomas Ingall started with the firm this year. Mollie as a trainee quantity surveyor and Thomas as an assistant site manager will bring fresh ideas as well as add to the firm's offerings to clients.

Harry Springall joined as a site manager and has been key to the current success of Southfield School in Kettering. Darren Wallace has been key in ensuring the future success of Watson & Cox is cemented through current and future team members.

Matthew Abraham, Business/Building Services Manager, said: "We are keen more than ever to showcase our works and communicate what Watson & Cox can offer its client base. With that said we have launched a YouTube channel and made sure our content on LinkedIn, Twitter and the webpage is kept up to date with professional images. This will certainly evidence our 'Commitment to Excellence'.

"With current schemes at Southfield School, Little Stanion, Westhill Kettering, BGL Peterborough, Walpole Farm Stanstead and a barn conversion in Bedfordshire we look forward to bolstering our order book on current opportunities identified by the front of house team."

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