J S Wright appoints new Mechanical Project Manager

Leading mechanical and electrical building services specialist J S Wright has appointed a new Mechanical Project Manager to its project management team.

Based at the Birmingham headquarters of the 131-year-old company, Gerry McNally has no less than 40 years of experience across the retail, commercial, education, leisure, healthcare, hotel and public sectors of the industry.

Gerry was previously project manager for the Birmingham branch of another M&E services provider where his credits included managing the installation of the mechanical services for the recent refurbishment of the Grade II-listed Studley Castle Hotel in Warwickshire.

He is currently working on an £8million project to fit out 276 new apartments within the second phase of the £220million London Square mixed-use development in Bermondsey, including the installation of its heating, ventilation, sanitaryware, fire protection and drainage systems.

Phil Leech, Managing Director of J S Wright, says: “Gerry’s vast experience will prove invaluable as we continue to grow steadily as the preferred supplier of mechanical and electrical services to businesses we choose to work with.”

Established in Birmingham in 1890, J S Wright designs, manufactures, installs and maintains mechanical and electrical services for the hotel, residential, social housing, student accommodation, leisure and commercial sectors.

The company was voted one of the UK’s Top Ten Specialist Contractors to Work For in the 2016 Construction Enquirer Awards, was a finalist in three categories in the 2018 H&V News Awards and was named Construction Services Employer of the Year in the 2020 BAME Apprenticeship Awards.

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