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Lincoln construction firm strengthens team with two new hires

Leading construction and consultancy firm LGG Projects has appointed two new team members as part of its growth strategy, bringing its total of new hires to five in only four months.

LGG Projects provides integrated services within the property and construction sector from high-end domestic alterations, renovations and commercial developments to self-build projects and fit-outs.

Kate Reidon from Grantham and Carrie Carter from Lincoln join the firm as an assistant quantity surveyor and procurement administrator, respectively.

As an assistant quantity surveyor, Kate will assist the managing surveyor with project finances from start to finish, liaising with sub-contractors and clients to deliver a professional and efficient service.

Kate, who most recently worked as a quantity surveyor at Tienda Ltd, brings five years’ industry experience with her, including experience in luxury new build housing, commercial builds and interior fit-out said:

“I was impressed by LGG’s plan for growth, especially the excellent training opportunities offered and the projects planned for the future. It’s fantastic to be joining such a dynamic and diverse company and I’m really looking forward to working with the team.”

Also attracted to LGG Projects’ plan for growth, Carrie brings more than 20 years of experience with her to her new role as procurement administrator, having worked most recently as an office manager for Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering in Lincoln.

Carrie’s main responsibilities in her new role will include providing quality service and support to all sites and suppliers as well as managing, organising and delivering the administration for the procurement department.

She said:

“From my first interview, I knew I wanted to be part of LGG’s vision. I am very grateful to have the opportunity to develop my skills further with such an inspiring company and I can’t wait to get started.”

LGG Projects’ new hires come after the appointments of a design co-ordinator earlier this year and a new managing surveyor and site manager at the end of last year, as well as the announcement that the firm will be appointing a minimum of two apprentices a year across a variety of disciplines.

Paul Jakuc, director of LGG Projects, said:

“It’s a very exciting time for LGG Projects and we’re so pleased we have been able to bring on board so many great people in such a short space of time. We are very excited to welcome both Kate and Carrie to the team and know they will fit right in.”

Both Carrie and Kate will be working across a number of the firm’s high-profile projects, including The Parklands, a new 155-home development in the village of Sudbrooke, and Bailgate Mount, a development of nine townhouses on historic Motherby Hill.

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