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To enable it to sustain and deliver further growth, Concertus Design & Property Consultants has appo

To enable it to sustain and deliver further growth, Concertus Design & Property Consultants has appointed four members of staff to senior positions within the team. Neil Turvey has been promoted from his role as Senior Estates Surveyor to Associate Director Estates and Sarah Cossey has moved up from her role as Business Manager to Associate Director Business. Kay Boyden has been promoted to Head of Programmes from her role as Project Manager, and Project Assistant Sarah Layton, has been promoted to replace Sarah Cossey as Business Administration Manager. - - Credit: Archant

To enable it to sustain and deliver further growth, Concertus Design & Property Consultants has appointed four members of staff to senior positions within the team.

Neil Turvey has been promoted from his role as senior estates surveyor to associate Director – estates and Sarah Cossey has moved up from her role as business manager to associate director – business. Kay Boyden has been promoted to head of programmes from her role as project manager, and project assistant Sarah Layton, has been promoted to replace Sarah Cossey as business administration manager.

Since 2013, and in answer to its growing portfolio of work, the number of employees recruited at Concertus has increased by 23%. All the new positions have been filled by individuals at various points in their careers, from graduate trainees to the experienced professionals. The types of job that have been recruited for are diverse and range from CAD Technician, interior designer and electrical engineer, to more senior roles in building surveying and structural engineering.

Matthew Self, director at Concertus said: “Our most important asset is our people, who all take some ownership for the success of our business. We feel it is important to provide those who show the right drive and enthusiasm, with the opportunity to enter and further develop their careers in this vibrant and exciting industry.”


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