ACS Construction Group welcomes new recruit to the Head Office team

Apr 7, 2021Latest News

ACS Construction Group welcomes new recruit to the Head Office team

Apr 7, 2021Latest News

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ACS Construction Group is pleased to welcome Jack Sayle, who has joined the company as a Quantity Surveyor.

Prior to joining ACS, Jack had spent nine years at Laing O’Rourke, where he progressed through its apprenticeship scheme and went on to work on two of its largest North West projects; the Manchester Airport regeneration scheme and the expansion of the Manchester Metrolink tram network.

Jack was heavily involved in labour, plant and material monitoring and forecasting on both projects, whilst actively managing multiple subcontracts ranging in value from £1,000 to more than £1million.

Jack’s broad range of commercial experience is well aligned to ACS Construction Group’s offering, having previously worked on sizable infrastructure projects, the build of industrial, logistical and warehouse units as well as large earthworks and remediation schemes.

With several recent project awards for the likes of Centrica and Omexom, Jack has joined ACS Construction Group in what will be another busy year for the company.

“I am excited to be joining a successful company where I can further develop my commercial knowledge and widen my exposure to different areas of quantity surveying within construction. I am relishing the opportunity, and everyone has made me feel extremely welcome.” Jack Sayle.

Jack is based within the commercial team at the Group’s Head Office in Cheadle Hulme near Manchester Airport. Dave Curran, Commercial Director, said: “I am delighted to welcome Jack to the company. It is an exciting time to be joining us as we continue on a period of sustainable growth and I am sure Jack will contribute significantly to the continued success of our clients and our business.”

Outside of the office, Jack is a keen rugby player, although with the effect of the COVID pandemic limiting his time on the pitch, he has turned his hand to perfecting his barbecue and food smoking skills and learning to play golf.