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SES Engineering Services Announces a Key North West Promotion

SES Engineering Services announces the promotion of Paul Beaumont to Operations Director for the North West and Yorkshire

SES Engineering Services (SES) has announced a key appointment in the North West office, as the business continues to win new contracts across the region.

Paul Beaumont, currently operations manager for Yorkshire, has recently been promoted and given the wider responsibility as operations director for the North West and Yorkshire.

Now responsible for two of SES’ key regional offices he will use his extensive industry knowledge and experience and build on his existing success in Yorkshire to spearhead the businesses detailed plans for further growth in the North West.

This latest senior appointment in the region comes less than 12 months after SES signed a 10-year lease to occupy larger premises at The Royals, Altrincham and is another indicator of its commitment to the area.

With an annual turnover of £25m in the North West, SES is currently working on major schemes including Building 9, Circle Square, an 18-storey student accommodation block and Phase Two of Vision Tameside, a landmark advanced skills and public services centre for Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council and Tameside College.

Paul joins operations manager Glen Hardman and the team currently based in Manchester.

As a leading provider of innovative building services solutions SES continues to secure new and repeat business across the North West. The Manchester office is well structured to meet current and increasing turnover levels and Paul’s sphere of activity will focus on working closely with Glen to support him and his well-established team to add to our growing portfolio of major projects that we are presently working on.

SES prides itself on its forward-thinking approach and ability to support clients working across a wide range of sectors, to deliver buildings that exceed expectations.”

Steve Joyce, SES’ business director North and Scotland