All Saints Construction

Mark Kidd

As Commercial Manager, Mark is in control of the day to day financial management of projects.

Mark works closely with the Construction Manager and assists in ensuring that accurate client estimates are carried out as required and that a scheme is brought to a successful financial completion. Mark is directly responsible for all quantity surveyors and  manages them in accordance with company policies and procedures.

Colin Myers

Colin has been part of the High Street Group for nearly 6 years and in 2013 he was appointed as the Director of our pensions/investments division.

In 2015 he was appointed director of our newly formed Property investments company before moving into construction as Director of All Saints Construction (Minor Works & Maintenance) dealing with developments up to £2 Million. After a business review in July 2017 it was decided to merge Minor Works & maintenance with the Major Works division of All Saints Construction with Colin taking up his current role of Construction Director.

Andrew Clennell

Andrew, from Boldon Colliery, has 17 years of industry experience and is relishing the prospect of joining a recently formed business to really influence its development. Andrew will be implementing policies and procedures which will give the company confidence that the procurement, tendering, delivery and reporting of all the developments is being maintained to a high standard.

John Carter

John has over 20 years experience in Quantity Surveying including 3 years with a Quantity Surveying Practice, 4 years with a National Contractor on their framework with the Ministry of Defence and the UK’s leading Structural Steelwork fabricator/erector undertaking high rise construction and industrial warehousing.

However,  John’s career has mainly been with Regional Contractors working in the public and private sectors, ranging from Commercial, Retail, Education, Civil Engineering, Bespoke Housing and Refurbishment.

Tom Deane

Tom, from Hartlepool, has worked in construction for more than 30 years, initially on site. However, he returned to college in 1996, gaining an HNC in building studies, a Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) in construction and the Chartered Institute of Building’s Experienced Practitioner Assessment course. This lead, through a professional interview, to membership of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB). As a result he was elevated to an estimator’s role and as he confesses: “A move into the office, which is much warmer in the winter.

“I am looking forward to working with the team to deliver accurate costing systems which will enable the business to maximise profit from fair and competitive tendering to prospective clients.”

Dawn Osborne

Dawn, from North Shields, has worked in construction for 20 years and has a BA Honours Degree, Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Higher National Diploma (HND) – all in business management – and became one first female business development managers in the region. She says she is looking forward to helping All Saints Construction become a “real contender” in the tendering environment. “I will get real buzz helping the business to grow into one of the leading contractors within the North East,” she says: “I will be using the latest marketing techniques to develop real sales leads and build a client base built on trust, quality and honesty.”

Brian Harrison

Micheal Sanderson

Mike started his site management career in 2003 working for Rok Construction Ltd, primarily concentrating on regeneration projects for local housing agencies. Following that he moved to Dunelm for 2 years and then to Wates Construction, focussing on small works and refurbishment of houses, flats and high rise buildings. Mike went on to work for Metnor Construction building care homes in Norwich and London.

In 2017 Mike then joined All Saints Construction as Site Manager working on new builds before having the opportunity to take up the position as Contracts Manager for Scotland in September 2017.


Susan Bolam

Susan is the Partner Liaison Officer for All Saints and deals with clients on a daily basis.

Steve Burke

Steve has been in the construction industry for over 40 years, mainly in a purchasing role, dealing regularly with clients, architects and engineers, on numerous contracts – from housing developments to civils contracting.

Chris Hunter

Chris has worked in the construction industry for 2 years. He works alongside Steve Burke in a purchasing role, dealing regularly with clients, architects and engineers, on numerous contracts – from housing developments to civils contracting.

Jamie Gray

Chris Devine