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New Additions to the Team

New Starters at Scorpion

Scorpion are continuing to grow and are pleased to announce these new additions to the team:-


Charlotte Sinclair - Receptionist

Charlotte had previously worked at Cobbs Farm Shop before deciding she needed a change and the opportunity to learn some new skills. Having worked in a variety of different roles, including at a gin festival, and as a gymnastics coach, she thought a job as a receptionist would be a good move. Her main interest is Aerial fitness, recently completing a course in London including performing with silks, trapeze, hoop and Spanish web routines.

 

James Hoy - Senior Project Manager

James has 35 years’ experience in the industrial and commercial roofing and cladding sector, with an extensive knowledge of contract management.  He is responsible for effective and efficient project delivery, running all aspects of contracts from purchasing, negotiating prices, health and safety, tool box talks, managing labour resources, maintaining specifications, workmanship quality, plant, access equipment and cranes and managing projects timelines.  He brings with him extensive knowledge of roofing and cladding in the steel sector.

 

Mark Weakley - QMS Manager

Mark Weakley joined us in November after spending the last eight years working in the Nuclear Energy sector.
He brings a wealth of experience in management systems and has implemented Quality and Environmental systems throughout his career including systems for Bourne Engineering when previously working with Andre back in the late 2000’s.

 

Martin Janes – Quantity Surveyor

Martin started his career as a trainee QS for Dean and Dyball getting involved in several multi-million-pound projects from Sandbanks to Tidworth. After the firm was purchased and shut down by Balfour Beatty he was involved in shop fitting Hollister and Boots stores across the county and most recently has been involved in the construction of several luxury homes on Sandbanks and surrounding areas.