As the country’s only national #cosmetic repair specialist, Plastic Surgeon is demonstrating its commitment to its client base in Scotland by continuing to recruit new Finishers, and also by participating in the Scotland Build exhibition, taking place on November 25th and 26th at Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition Centre.
We’ll have half a dozen members of staff on our stand, including Dave Craig, the National Construction Sales Manager; while Andy Keenagh – who delivers all the training courses on paint spraying and helps develop new repair techniques – will be demonstrating how our ‘Smart Repairs’ can conceal damage such as chips and scratches in domestic work-surfaces.
These and other techniques allow Plastic Surgeon to save sinks, baths, basins, tiles, doors, windows and many other building substrates from having to be replaced and sent to landfill.
Plastic Surgeon’s Operations Manager for Scotland, Mark Butchart, comments: “We have recently increased the strength of our team here in Scotland to 13 and are continuing to recruit. In particular we would like to add a couple of Finishers up in the Inverness area as the city is currently covered from Aberdeen.
“We have enjoyed a lot of success in Scotland with some very high profile projects and tend to divide the Scottish Finishers’ time between housebuilding, construction contracts and carrying out domestic repairs on behalf of the big insurance companies.
“Recently we have completed a long-running contract for Edinburgh City Council – recoating all the old enamel baths which were in need of smartening up – and have also done a lot of work this year on a new cancer research building for WDS Keiler at Aberdeen University’s Forest Hill campus.
“Three more of the Finishers have been repairing black glazed tiles under the scrutiny of Historic Scotland, on a listed school building which is being converted into offices by P & M Sinclair. And a couple of big hotels attracting visitors from across Scotland and beyond have also needed our expertise with issues such as concealing holes where old signage has been removed.”
So if you like working with our hands, have a good eye for colour and a clean driving licence, why not get in touch with Plastic Surgeon or visit us on our stand number D21 at Scotland Build. Full training, a van and all the tools required are supplied so that you could begin a new career in your part of Scotland.
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