This week MCS’s Site Manager Cliff Kent will be retiring after 25 years of delivering various construction projects throughout the South East for MCS.
During his time at MCS he has seen the Company grow by 400% over the years and has personally delivered a diverse range of projects, from a barn refurbishment for the National Trust to large balcony teaching infill projects for the University of Surrey.
Cliff has always been very well regarded by all our customers. David Bennett, Chartered Surveyor at Philip Sears Design, working on a subterranean waterproof concrete basement extension on Leith Hill, said “… In particular, I would like to commend Cliff Kent for his efforts on site in pulling everything together at all the right moments. The project wasn’t easy but Cliff showed remarkable site management skills and professionalism in achieving the goals to a very high standard of finish.”
Paul Hodges, Managing Director at MCS, said: “I have known Cliff since 1996 when he joined MCS as a handyman and then progressed with his carpentry background to the position of Site Manager. Cliff has done a tremendous job here at MCS, delivering projects fantastically well and sharing his wealth of knowledge and skills with junior members of the team. He has been very loyal to MCS and is leaving the team in a great shape and we all wish him a well-earned retirement.”