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Mark Landers


Mark has over 16 years’ experience in the interior fit out industry both within the public and private sectors.  Past projects have included airports, education, commercial, hospitals, retail and leisure.

Before joining Wallrite Mark spent 14 years working for various companies on the tools and getting in depth on site training.  He spent 4 years working land and air side at Heathrow and Gatwick airports on refurbishments before spending 2 years working on Heathrow Terminal 5.

Mark joined Wallrite in November 2015 as a Site Manager to run a 13 storey hotel fit out at Vauxhall, London.  The Project consisted of British Gypsum Partitions and Suspended Ceilings and Fire and Acoustic Stopping to all floors with a package value of £1 million.

In September 2016 Mark was promoted to Project Manager and was placed on a £3 million project for BAM London at 8 Salisbury Square.  The project was a complex refurbishment of an existing building which consisted of 11 floors of SAS System 130 Ceilings, GRG Lighting Troughs, Sto Silent Render system, British Gypsum Partitions and Wall Linings and Kingspan KS100 Insulated Soffit Panels.

Mark has very strong man management skills and will strive to develop a strong site project team whilst also developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients and professional teams.

Mark is responsible for the overall day to day running of the sites he works on.  This includes the implementation of the companies UKAS accredited Integrated Management System which covers ISO 9001 (Quality) ISO 14001 (Environmental) and ISO 18001 (Health and Safety)

Since joining Wallrite Mark has completed his SMSTS and Full First Aid Qualifications.  He has also attended the CIOB Construction Project Management Training Course and completed his NVQ Level 6.

In his spare time Mark likes to go to the gym, watch sport, spend time with his family and travel.  He has recently taken up skiing and at the weekend you may occasionally find him propping up a bar somewhere.