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Project Manager – Utilities

  • £55,000 - £65,000 + package
  • Civil Engineering
  • London

About the company:

Our client is one of the UK’s leading civil engineering/utility contractors based in the UK. Operating in the ICP and Private Network Markets on numerous projects for large blue-collar developers and commercial clients. Currently turning over £30 million per annum, this firm has established itself within the London and Southeast region as one of the best in the sector. This business specialises in designing and building power / electric projects (132kv), along with working in multi-utilities, gas, and water for part residential development schemes. They have also been involved in wind / solar farm projects across the country to provide clean and renewable energy to the UK. Over the years, this firm has worked with MACE, Sir Robert McAlpine, and several councils in the local areas of their projects.

About the role:

The successful candidate will be supporting the increasing programme of work, acting as the key day client interface. You will be ensuring that the client’s objectives, specifications, and requirements are met and that projects are delivered to time and cost targets. You will be working on multiple Utility projects; therefore, you will need to be a motivated and dedicated individual, who will fit with the collaborative culture and become part of a close team. You will be overseeing a team of Quantity Surveyors, Site managers, and Engineers who you will need to guide through the projects.

Rewards & Benefits:

This is a brilliant opportunity for someone with strong leadership skills to work for an outstanding company, where everyone on the team strives for success. As you will be overseeing multiple large projects, you’ll gain knowledge on all areas of Utility such as electricity, gas, water, sewage, and communications services. You will be rewarded with a competitive salary ranging from £55,000 – £65,000 + package.


You will need previous construction project management experience and strong commercial and contractual awareness. You must have 5 years of demonstratable experience in a project management role within a UK Civil Engineering contractor, working within Utilities.