#buildingconservation

The Aura Team – Peter Jamieson

Today, we would like to introduce to you a much respected member of our Management Team, Mr Peter Jamieson Operations Manager

Peter Jamieson

Pete comes from a trade background within the Building Conservation industry and has worked with the current management team at Aura since its establishment in 2006. Pete has also worked with the team for over 30 years in previous conservation companies and has developed an extensive knowledge of conservation and heritage.

Pete has good interpersonal skills and is highly experienced and excels in managing Aura’s large complex contracts.

Part of Pete’s job is client facing and he attends progress meetings and responds to client needs and requests whilst managing site and adhering to specific Key Performance Indicators. Pete’s sites always receive highly scored health & safety audit reports as well as positive client satisfaction feedback.

Pete is a highly respected and integral member of the Aura team.

Pete is responsible for overseeing the smooth running of all our large conservation projects. He is responsible for managing Aura’s Site Supervisors to ensure their Projects adhere to the programme and that the necessary quality standards are met. He oversees the projects, ensuring safe working practices are always adhered to, and are in line with the Method Statements and Risk Assessments.

An advantage that Pete has with Aura is that he is a long serving member of the team so not only does he have extensive knowledge of the industry but also of Aura’s company policies and procedures. He is a dedicated and hardworking individual who is passionate and enthusiastic about the work that he undertakes.

Pete’s Previous Projects Include:

  • Victoria Quarter Conservation, Leeds. Complete restoration of 3 terracotta facades and 8 large roof domes. 2017 RICS award nominee. The PROJECT value was £3.5million, and lasted for 2 years
  • Birkenhead Priory, Wirral. Complete restoration of a scheduled ancient monument including complexed high level masonry. 2017 RICS award winner, with a value of £200k
  • Hanley Park, Stoke on Trent. A £600k Project for the conservation of the park including restoration of the terracotta fountain, masonry to boundary walls and metalwork restoration.
  • Blackburn Town Hall. An external restoration package including stonework, masonry, leadwork and repointing valued at around £600k.
  • All Saints Church, Winterton. External works to make the building waterproof including masonry and roofing and complete internal re-ordering in 2015. The Project was worth £700k.
  • Eshton Hall, Yorkshire. Complete heritage re-roofing on a 1600’s Hall including re-slating and leadwork. 2017. £900k. 2018 RICS award winner.

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