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Jet Aire appoints Quantity Surveyor

Robert Stewart

Leeds-based drainage and civil engineering company, Jet Aire Services, has appointed Robert Stewart as Quantity Surveyor to support a wide range of projects and contracts nationwide.

Robert brings a wealth of experience gained through Senior Quantity Surveyor and Commercial Surveyor roles with a variety of companies in the highways, construction, drainage and civil engineering sectors. Prior to joining Jet Aire, Robert was at Deltabloc UK, overseeing barrier construction on the latest phase of smart motorway upgrades on the M6.

Jet Aire Services Managing Director, Charlie Kirk, said:

“Robert has an impressive track record in large-scale contracts and specialist expertise across a variety of sectors. He will bring strategic insight and a strong commercial focus to our programme of work, including projects on behalf of global blue-chip names and many of the UK’s largest organisations in their industry. We are confident that he will enhance value for our clients whilst maintaining our exceptional quality and regulatory standards.”

With a head office in Leeds and a regional office in Middlesbrough, Jet Aire Services provides a range of professional drainage solutions, including CCTV surveys, high-pressure water jetting, drain cleansing and clearance, tankering, waste disposal, lining, infiltration sealing, robotic cutting, root cutting and epoxy spray coating. The company also provides highways adoption, surfacing, block paving, fencing and other civil engineering works.

Robert said:

“I’m excited to be joining a dynamic organisation which has strengthened and expanded its service capability over the past few years. Following significant investment, Jet Aire Services is currently enjoying rapid growth in a range of key markets, including highways, rail, utilities, energy, chemical processing and residential construction. The company has secured a number of major contracts this year and I’m looking forward to supporting their successful delivery.”