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Drainage contractor invests in groundworks division

Leeds-based drainage contractor, Jet Aire Services, has developed its service capability with a significant investment in a groundworks and landscaping division. The company has recruited four site operatives and acquired specialist plant based at its Aberford HQ to provide surfacing, block paving and fencing services. The additional expertise will complement Jet Aire’s

Leeds drainage contractor appoints business development manager

Leeds-based drainage contractor, Jet Aire Services, has appointed John Richmond as business development manager. Previously business development manager at Preston-based Sapphire Utility Solutions, John has an impressive track record of driving substantial revenue growth for companies in the drainage and utilities sectors. His wealth of industry experience also includes three years as

Leeds drainage company starts major contract

Leeds-based drainage company, Jet Aire, has commenced an extensive contract to carry out sensitive drainage improvements at a chemical manufacturing facility in Manchester on behalf of leading drug development company, CARBOGEN AMCIS.  The programme of works follows the completion of an initial contract to undertake a full site cleanse with high-pressure water

Leeds-based drainage contractor appoints operations manager

Leeds-based drainage contractor, Jet Aire Services, has appointed Mark Lee as operations manager to help build the existing civil engineering section of the business.  Mark is highly experienced in construction and civil engineering with particular expertise in Term Maintenance Contracts which is ideally suited to his new role at Jet Aire

Leeds drainage company completes flood defence upgrade

Leeds-based drainage company, Jet Aire, has completed a contract to refurbish a vital flood defence facility near Drax which required a daily programme of works dictated by the tidal patterns of the River Ouse.   The three-week project to upgrade a drainage pipe at Lendall Pump Station was carefully scheduled to coincide with