All Saints Construction

Kirk Thompson

Kirk has worked in the North East for all his career in both the construction and residential sectors. He has completed numerous multi million pound developments for blue chip companies Procter and Gamble, GlaxoSmithKline and the MOD.

Over the past 8 years Kirk has been a director of two local house building companies overseeing the delivery of new homes across the region. Kirk has actively been involved in the whole life cycle of the development from land acquisition through to dealing with customers upon handover.

Kirk has recently joined the business to head up All Saints Construction as Managing Director. He is looking forward to growing the brand to become one of the biggest developers in the region.

He is passionate about modern methods of construction and has a willingness to embrace change along with a vision to make the new build residential housing sector a more desirable career choice.

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.

David Woodcock

David has over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building (FCIOB) and a Member of the Chartered Management Institute (MCMI).

 

He has enjoyed a varied career and has worked for several National Contractors on New Build, Refurbishments and Maintenance projects. His most memorable project was as the Commercial Lead for the Riverside Dene Development in Newcastle which was the £35m development refurb of 5 multi storey tower residential blocks over a 4 year period.

 

David has worked in the North East for most of his career for both Local Authority and Private Clients and in 2018 left CarillionAmey Ltd as the Area Commercial Manager for the Regional Prime Central Contract in the North for the MOD and Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO). He was the Commercial Manager for Special Projects for Wates Living Space Ltd in the North Region whom he worked for almost 10 years, before the position at CarillionAmey Ltd.

 

David has joined All Saints Construction Ltd as the Commercial Director and looks forward to working with the team overseeing all the commercial, estimating and design functions and assisting in growing the business to become a trusted partner within The High Street Group and throughout the construction industry.

Dale Shotton

Dale Shotton is the Funding Director for All Saints Construction and a member of the company’s Board of Directors. He has been with the company since its inception, bringing more than 15 years of financial and executive management experience to his role within the company.

Prior to this role, Dale was head of the Capital Markets department of The High Street Group, responsible for sourcing funds for the new projects within the Group.  Dale is integral to developing relationships with external funders in order to acquire projects for All Saints Construction to produce. Dale ensures all parties, the Funder, Valuer, external Quantity Surveyor and Solicitors, have the correct design details, site plans, sales comparables and investigation reports.

 

He is involved in the front end of any new development, ensuring the feasibilities are profitable and, by liaising with Estate Agents, guarantees that the Group has sales comparables to back up the GDV of any project.

 

Dale started working alongside Gary Forrest in 2004 at High Street Home Loans (which was a division of GMAC RFC) and was a mortgage underwriter within the Company responsible for lending residential mortgages. He was the manager of High Street Debt Management from 2007 to 2012 and ran a team of 8 to help thousands of clients with financial difficulties.

 

Prior to working with The High Street Group, Dale served for 6 years in the Royal Navy and was onboard HMS York and HMS Iron Duke.

 

Dale enjoys keeping fit, football, walking and is Coach of an under 9’s football team. Dale has raised thousands of pounds in tackling the Great North Run 5 times. In June 2015 he was part of the team to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and in 2017 trekked the Grand Canyon to raise money for local North East charity St. Oswald’s Hospice.

Kirstie Pierce

Stuart Niven

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

Brian is Contracts Manager (England) for All Saints Construction, having joined the company in January 2017. He holds the following qualifications: National Certificate in Construction, CSCS Black Card, Temporary works coordinator, NEBOSH Construction Certificate (Pending). As Contracts Manager Brian is responsible for overseeing the site teams of multiple projects from the start through to completion, ensuring that work is completed on time, to the required standard and within its budget.

Starting out as a chain boy then a site engineer Brian worked on projects ranging from resurfacing of the M6, a bridge over a live Metro line and a Tunnel under the A135.

Moving into Site Management at 21 with his first £1m project Brian has successfully handed over projects ranging from a medical centre, 2 schools, The Galleries Retail Park along with various industrial and commercial new build and refurbishment projects.

Prior to working for All Saints Construction, Brian worked for some of the largest construction companies in the UK, including: Tolent Construction, Miller Construction, Brims Construction, Galliford Try and STP Construction.

Gary Tait

Gary joined All Saints Construction in January 2018 as SHEQ Manager. Gary has over 30 years’ experience within the built environment and a vast amount of qualifications in his field, including: 5 Day SMSTs, NVQ in Occupational Health & Safety, on-going through NVQ, QUA790 Construction Senior Site Management Level 6 diploma NVQ Completed, CITB Environmental Certificate Trained, City & Guilds: Introduction to trainer skills, CSCS Registered (Contracts Manager Level) Black Card, NEBOSH Certificate in Construction Safety & Health, Technical Member of IOSH, 2 years completed of BSc (hons) Building, Surveying Degree Course, Kenton College – 3no. Higher Education Foundation Course diplomas, Valid 3-day first aider, Scaffold inspection course full 3-day course completed September 2017, Asbestos Cat B and CAT A. Awareness refresher training, Time served Carpenter & Joiner. 5-year Apprenticeship, Heaton Comprehensive School – 5no. CSE’s.

Prior to joining All Saints Construction Gary was employed at Gen Too, Wates, Hodgson & Allon, R. Greenwell’s, JM Wadds Ltd and various other regional and national companies.

In his spare time Gary has an interest in and has built his own high spec PCs.

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.

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.”

Charlie Clark

Charlie Clark joined All Saints Construction in January 2018, as an Estimator. He has an ONC in Building Studies and Construction a HNC in Building Studies and Construction (both from Hartlepool College of Further Education) and a Degree in Construction Management from Leeds Metropolitan University.

Prior to taking the role at ASC, Charlie worked at some of the most prestigious construction companies in the UK including: Interserve, Bowmer & Kirkland, Keepmoat and Sendrig Construction.

Charlie’s role as Estimator requires him to bid proposals from potential  and existing clients to actively win work within a competitive market. He compiles information from drawings and specifications as well as taking quantities off from drawings.

Charlie prepares and sends subcontract enquiries to obtain competitive quotations whilst maintaining strong relationships with the All Saints Construction supply chain.

In his spare time Charlie likes to kayak and is trained to Level 3 standard.

James Moles

With over 15 years’ experience in Scotland’s luxury house building market James brings a wealth of technical knowledge and design flair to All Saints Living with previous involvement in many award winning developments including a mixture of conversion and new build residential projects varying from bespoke single unit projects to major 200 unit developments.

As Technical Manager James is responsible for the design, technical detailing and material specification of All Saints Living developments ensuring a high standard is achieved both for the company and each of its property purchasers. Working in close conjunction with local planning & building standard departments, engineers, specialist consultants and clients James is involved with projects from initial concept through to completion.

You can contact James on his email jmoles@allsaintsliving.com.

Robert Davidson

Rob is a Design Manager responsible for the coordination of all project precommencement design activities, ensuring start on time, reducing risk, designing out hazards and optimizing opportunities.

He has over 40 years experience in Architecture and Engineering as an Architectural Assistant and Design Manager.

Rob joined All Saints in July 2016 having worked as a Design Manager in London and for regional building Contractors. He has worked in Private Architectural Practices, Local Authorities and Health Authorities within the building industry.

Brogan Broomfield

Brogan is the Sales & Customer Care Manager for All Saints Living. She has an NVQ Level 5 in Business and is working towards a Diploma in Project Management and an RICS Residential Building Pathology: Inspection and Diagnosis qualification.

Brogan began her career with The High Street Group of Companies in 2012 within the Financial Claims department, progressing to the Pensions & Investment division. When All Saints Living expanded Brogan was chosen as Customer Care Manager, managing buyer expectations from commencement to completion.

Her main job roles are: managing buyer expectations, ensuring buyers are updated on the progress of their property, performing defect inspections and providing daily updates to senior management.

Chris Lindfield

Chris started his career as an apprentice bricklayer and went on to become site manager with Barrett Homes.

Prior to taking the role at All Saints Construction Chris was a site manager with the Mears Group where he looked after 6 different sites in total.

Chris is Site Manager at Larbert House & Country Estate, one of our most prestigious development projects. http://www.larberthouseestate.com

Andrew Wilson

Andrew joined All Saints Construction as Site Manager for our development in Helensburgh – Morar House, in December 2017. He has a degree in Civil Engineering and holds an SMSTS, first aid qualification and scaffold safety inspection certificates.

Prior to starting with All Saints Construction he worked for a year with Clark Contracts, a medium sized main contractor. He also worked with Interserve Construction for 10 years completing various contracts from car garages, a Marriott Hotel, a theatre, a hospital and health centres to name a few.

Andrew has full responsibility for the day to day running of the construction site at Morar House. This includes health & safety, programming, liaising with clients, subcontractors and any other third parties. He prides himself on ensuring a high-quality finish whilst working within strict budgets.

In his spare time Andrew has three young children who all enjoy going on camping trips whenever possible.

 

Lee Hornby

Steve Francis

Stephen Forster

Jenna Sherrington

Jenna is Customer Care Manager for All Saints Living.

In 2014 she started her career in The High Street Group of Companies Pensions & Investments department, moved on to become Personal Assistant to the Group Legal Director and then progressed to the role of Office Manager and Administrator when the All Saints Construction division was launched. Jenna is now Customer Care Manager and liaises with buyers on a daily basis.