Three is the magic number for MG Environmental


Thursday 14 February 2019



Having grown revenues by 51 per cent (YOY), Mick George Environmental has signalled its intent to continue making forward strides in the industry as they expand their team with the recruitment of three new managers.

Dean Cater takes up the position of Senior Asbestos Contracts Manager, Alessia Gilbey will act as Junior Asbestos Contract Manager, while Matthew Nowak will take the reigns as Remediation Project Manager.

The former, since leaving the Military back in 2005, has amassed 14-years’ experience and has an impressive track-record in delivering growth within this sector.

Having worked on many high-profile projects along the way, most notably at Fulham Football Club, HMS Belfast, The Adelphi 1-11 Adam St. and Kings College London, to name just a few, Dean is looking forward to the challenge of pairing Mick George Environmental alongside the industries elite.

Dean will be joined in the Asbestos team by Alessia who previously worked at Kershaw Contracting Services and Shield Environmental, respectively.

While the latter; Matthew learnt his trade under the guidance of the Environment Agency, as well as on the North Shore Oil Rigs, as an offshore Geologist. Matthew will be helping to drive forward the new dedicated Remediation team, using his expertise to progress the division rapidly.

Stephen Summerfield, Managing Director at Mick George Environmental, commented: “We have high aspirations for the ‘Environmental’ business, with the growth achieved this year, just the start of bigger things to come. The ongoing investment in people, technology and equipment allows us to offer innovative solutions to our clients, while providing a competitive edge over other suppliers in the market.”