Welwyn Garden City firm builds for the future

JOBS are fairly hard to come by at the moment, unless, it seems, you work for a WGC construction company. Despite the economic downturn, Morgan Ashurst, which has offices in Falcon Way and London, has hired three new senior staff members for its business

JOBS are fairly hard to come by at the moment, unless, it seems, you work for a WGC construction company.

Despite the economic downturn, Morgan Ashurst, which has offices in Falcon Way and London, has hired three new senior staff members for its business team.

Jeremy Eavis, 44, has joined as construction manager; Jason Tilbrook, 41, is the new pre-construction manager and 36-year-old Helen Clowes is now marketing manager.

Between them, they bring more than 50 years' worth of experience in their respective fields.


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Adrian Barnes, Morgan Ashurst's area director, said: "We believe that people are our best asset.

"There are a lot of construction opportunities in the WGC and London area and we have now further strengthened our team to deliver them.

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"Most of our work is in the public sector, particularly health and education.

"This means we are better protected from the downturn and we remain optimistic about the future.

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