Construction firm has designs on latest recruitFebruary 26, 2018
Lincoln construction and consultancy firm LGG projects has further grown its team with the appointment of James Hartley as a design co-ordinator.
LGG Projects provides integrated services within the property and construction sector from high-end domestic alterations, renovations, commercial developments to self-build projects and fit-outs.
James joins the firm from UKSD Ltd, where he worked as a training architectural technologist at the firm’s Nottingham office.
In his new role, James will be responsible for ensuring all drawings are fit for purpose, working closely with project managers to relay any new information that is required for construction, and will be supporting the work of the production and wider design team.
James will be based at LGG Projects’ office on Tentercroft Street and 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; which is a development of nine townhouses on historic Motherby Hill.
James said: “LGG Projects is working on a very impressive array of projects in and around Lincoln that will provide invaluable experience and opportunities for all members of the team, which I am keen to be a part of.
“As a supporter of advances in technology within the construction industry, the firm’s utilisation and grasp of emerging technologies within the sector was a big draw for me. The LGG team are really supportive and I couldn’t be happier with my new appointment at the firm.”
James is also studying construction and civil engineering at Lincoln College. His appointment brings the team total to 12.
Paul Jakuc, director of LGG Projects, said: “We are increasingly busy and James’ appointment is part of our continued growth strategy. He’s passionate about the industry and the work we are doing making him the ideal fit for us. I welcome him to the LGG family and look forward to working with him across our broad portfolio of projects.”