Mark King has returned to SES as operations director, joining from NG Bailey, having previously worked for SES in 2009.
He will work alongside a new co-operations director, Matthew Towner, who has been promoted from operations manager following his work on major projects in the region.
Both will spearhead planned growth in the region delivering a diverse pipeline of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing projects.
The third appointment sees another former N Bailey director, Paul Dew, join as regional commercial manager. He has spent 30 years within the M&E sector, and will support and strengthen the commercial functions within the business.
The appointments within the senior team have been implemented under the leadership of London and South East Business Director, David Jenkins.
He said: “Matthew, Mark, and Paul are all a great fit for the SES team, being industry experts who are all driven and passionate.
“With their support, there’s no doubt the region will continue to thrive and grow, continuing to attract a high level of technically complex and diverse projects.”
These appointments come amid an outstanding period of growth for SES in the London and South East region.
SES has completed its sixth project on the King’s Cross redevelopment in London.
It has also been appointed by Canary Wharf Contractors for dual residential schemes at the New District of Canary Wharf.