Liz Everett has been reunited with former colleague Phil Burgess after being appointed by Seddon to drive client development in the north of England.
Everett, who worked with Burgess at Taylor Woodrow in 2008 prior to its acquisition by Vinci, is the latest in a number of key acquisitions for Seddon in the region.
Everett joins the team as Client Development Manager having previously worked for specialist fit-out contractor Morris and Spottiswood as Client Liaison Manager, and ADT Workplace as New Business Coordinator.
Burgess took up the role of Head of Business Development and Marketing at Seddon in November.
Seddon, which has offices in the north west, midlands and south west, has plans to further increase its presence in the commercial market following the restructuring of the group in August 2013.
The company has secured a number of high profile contact wins this year – including designing and building Muse Development's £10m flagship City Place office scheme, which will sit at the heart of a new central business quarter in Chester.
Managing Director, Jonathan Seddon, said: "Liz has some great connections in the commercial market, an area the business is looking to strengthen and grow.
"The group has many strings to its bow and with a strong pre-con team we can drive value for clients in key sectors such as industrial and offices. We look forward to working alongside Liz to welcome new clients and improve our market share.”