Neil Robertson joins SEC Scotland as contracts manager

Neil Robertson

SEC Scotland expands its senior management with Neil Robertson as Contracts Manager, bringing 30+ years of electrical industry experience. Neil will lead project delivery and build key relationships.

Neil Robertson expresses excitement: “Delighted to join SEC Scotland, a dynamic, progressive, and ambitious company. Determined to contribute to its success.”

SEC Scotland’s Managing Director, Jonny Blurton, welcomes Neil, highlighting the ambition to grow the project management team and utilise Neil’s extensive experience.

Edinburgh-based SEC Scotland strengthens its leadership team with the appointment of Neil Robertson as Contracts Manager. With over three decades of experience in the electrical industry, Neil is well-versed in roles ranging from Approved Electrician to Project Engineer and Manager.

Neil’s primary focus will be on fostering essential relationships with clients, suppliers, and on-site teams across Edinburgh and the Lothians. His responsibilities encompass overseeing all aspects of project delivery, from tender to completion, and managing the day-to-day operations of the SEC Scotland team.

Neil Robertson shares his enthusiasm for the new role: “I’m delighted to have joined SEC Scotland as Contracts Manager, excited to become involved with such a dynamic, progressive, and ambitious company. As the business grows, I am determined to be part of its development and use my experience to help contribute to the success of all future projects.”

SEC Scotland’s Managing Director, Jonny Blurton, expresses enthusiasm about Neil’s addition to the team. He emphasises the company’s growth ambitions and looks forward to leveraging Neil’s wealth of experience in advancing SEC Scotland’s projects.

Neil’s role is pivotal in ensuring the delivery of high-quality electrical work, reflecting SEC Scotland’s commitment to excellence. The expansion of the project management team aligns with the company’s strategic goals for continued growth and success.

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