This week MCS’s Site Manager Peter Webster will be retiring after over 40 years in the construction industry, the last 13 of those years delivering various construction projects throughout the South East for MCS.
During his time at MCS he has delivered many complex projects including the expansion of Manby Lodge Infant School in Weybridge. The project was to expand the school from a two-form entry to three-form entry which had to be completed on a very tight site whilst the school was fully operational. This was logistically challenging, and works were programmed to be completed in seven consecutive phases and involved a complete reconfiguration of the school, demolitions, extensions, refurbishments, and extensive external works.
Upon completion Anna Hindmarsh, Architect, Hamson Barron Smith said: “It has been a pleasure to work with MCS and I believe the success of this particular project is very much a result of MCS’s positive attitude, flexibility and overall approach.”
Peter as always been very highly regarded by all our customers. Following a refurbishment project Peter delivered at Limpsfield Grange School ‘last year, Premises Manager Tim Bunn said: “MCS is an excellent Contractor. If we could have them here doing all our projects, that would be marvellous!”
Paul Hodges, Managing Director at MCS, said: “It has been a real pleasure working with Peter. His contribution, over a long period of time, has been very significant. Peter will be missed by all his colleagues, we wish him well in his retirement to the South Coast and thank him warmly for his outstanding service.”
Peter Webster, said: “MCS is a great company to work for, it’s like a family. I am so glad that the last company I worked for was MCS.”