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Sean Cocherane


Sean started his working life as a general labourer working for local builders and brick layers. Although his path swayed away from the construction industry he ultimately found that his path led back to the tools and dry lining.

He moved into the world of management in 2014 working as a Site Manager for an Established Fit out Contractor in the City. He worked on many high-profile projects such as One New Change, 30 St Marys Axe and T2B at Heathrow.

Sean joined Wallrite in April 2016 as a Project Manager on the St Lawrence House project in Soho, London and has since run various other projects for Wallrite in London.


He is SMSTS, First aid, Pasma, Fire Marshall, Asbestos Awareness trained and actively seeks opportunities to improve his skill set to aid him in his day to day role. He is currently working towards gaining an NVQ 6 and is working towards completing the NEBOSH general certificate in Health and safety.


Sean 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)

His day to day role involves, Planning/programming the works to keep up with the client’s key dates , Sequencing or re-sequencing of works to maintain productivity of works, Controlling budgets set within the parameters of each project, Monitoring training levels  of sub-contractors to ensure that they are suitable for tasks set. Monitoring and promoting health and safety on site ensuring that the project is delivered accident free and on time. His confident and approachable manner allows him to build good relationships with not only the client but his colleagues and workforce.


Rugby is his main passion.  He plays as well as coach’s a youth side for Stanford Le Hope RFC.  He is also a massive Northampton Saints fan.

Sean enjoys staying in shape and has undertaken various charity challenges over the years including running up the Gherkin and fulfilling a lifetime ambition and stepping into a boxing ring. He prides himself in bringing people together that may not generally meet in normal day to day life and has run various projects for his local rugby club