SBCSG new committee members Libby Jones and Hannah Pearce

Proud to welcome two new committee members

At Swansea Bay Construction Support Group (SBCSG), we are delighted to welcome two new members to our committee – Libby Jones of Andrew Scott and Hannah Pearce of Gower College. Both of these professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the group, and we’re thrilled to have them on board.

Our committee meets several times per year to discuss the operation of SBCSG. Libby and Hannah will share responsibilities with other committee members that includes how our funding is spent, what future training is required within our industry and any other initiatives that may be upcoming.

Libby Jones is the Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Manager at Andrew Scott, with over 15 years of experience in the construction industry. In her role, Libby ensures the company and its projects operate in a sustainable way, overseeing social value programs that meet current and future generations’ needs and pursuing new plans and initiatives to reduce carbon emissions. She is also a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion in the construction industry, and we look forward to her insights and leadership on this important issue.

Hannah Pearce is the Learning Area Manager, for The Built Environment at Gower College and has been involved in the industry for over a decade. She has experience in a range of roles, including as an engineering lecturer, and has a wealth of built environment and management experience from her time spent in industry where she worked as a civil engineer for Laing O’Rourke. Hannah also worked extensively in schools, where she developed and delivered STEM workshops and lessons to pupils.

In Hannah’s role at the college, she has developed numerous learning partnerships within the construction industry that has enabled the courses and experience at the college to adapt to the industry’s skills needs.

Gemma Mineur, our Training Manager, said:

“With Libby and Hannah on board, we are confident that the SBCSG will continue to thrive and grow. Their expertise and enthusiasm for the industry will be invaluable as we work to achieve our goals. We look forward to their input on key issues facing the industry, such as sustainability, innovation, and skills development.

“As we welcome Libby and Hannah to the SBCSG committee, we also want to take this opportunity to thank our existing members for their continued support and dedication. We look forward to continuing our work and making a positive impact on the region and the wider community.”

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