Georgina Roberts, project coordinator at Saracen Small Works

Saracen appoint new project coordinator to expanding small works team

  • 13 Apr 2016

Saracen Interiors has named Georgina Roberts as the company’s new small works project coordinator. 

Georgina’s new role will include the monitoring and management of all subcontractors and assisting the small works project manager with the inception and completion of small works projects.

Georgina started her career as a hot desk operator for MITIE and has experience working with leading High Street names including Primark. Georgina commented that she is delighted to be joining Saracen Small Works’ rapidly expanding team. 

She said: “Saracen is a company which has a strong reputation for nurturing and investing in its team and I know that this is a perfect opportunity for me to progress. I will be fully supported and encouraged to grow in this role and I am relishing the challenges that working on some of the busier projects will present. 

The division was founded on the business of Saracen’s existing clients and my priority will be to understand the clients and their businesses so that I can ensure that all their needs are met during project delivery.”

Since its official launch three years ago, Saracen Small Works has grown considerably, almost doubling its turnover year on year.

The company offers its services to smaller design and build projects which may include alterations to existing space, re-decoration, modifications to power and data, general upgrading and updating, relocation of staff, furniture and work stations and the sourcing and supply of new furniture.

Michael Page, Saracen Interiors joint managing director, added: “Saracen is a company which has a strong reputation for nurturing and investing in its team and I know that this is a perfect opportunity for me to progress. I will be fully supported and encouraged to grow in this role and I am relishing the challenges that working on some of the busier projects will present. 

The division was founded on the business of Saracen’s existing clients and my priority will be to understand the clients and their businesses so that I can ensure that all their needs are met during project delivery.”

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