Perfect Circle announces new chair for final year of Scape framework
Property, construction and infrastructure consultancy Perfect Circle has announced industry heavyweight Jon Enever as its chair.
Handed the reins by fellow Perfect Circle senior management board representative Richard Whitehead, Jon will be taking on the role for the remainder of 2019 through to October 2020 – seeing the organisation through its final year of Scape Group's Built Environment Consultancy Services (BECS) framework.
Set up in 2016 by sector-leading firms Pick Everard, Gleeds and AECOM, the consultancy delivers the broadest range of consultancy services available to the public sector via BECS. It is also the most efficient route to market, allowing direct award for commissioning services with full public procurement compliance.
Jon said: “It’s been an incredibly busy and exciting three years for Perfect Circle so far. We’re really proud of what we have achieved and the strong relationships we’ve forged with clients and our growing number of supply chain partners. I’m looking forward to stepping into the role of chair for the next 12 months.”
Managing director of Perfect Circle Victoria Brambini said: “Our unrivalled levels of expertise and experience have ensured that Perfect Circle sits firmly at the top of the market for efficient partnering and outstanding service performance.
“The combination of experience and support from an extensive supply chain has led to huge growth and unrivalled levels of professional consultancy leadership and management, delivering real value for clients.
“We are currently taking a renewed focus on successful strategies and forming strong new development plans for 2019 and beyond.”
Mark Robinson, Scape Group chief executive, said “Jon Enever joins the chair of Perfect Circle at a very exciting time. With more than 1,000 projects delivered to date, Perfect Circle has ensured that socio-economic benefits sit at the heart of every project, by consistently engaging with SMEs within the local area.
“By utilising the diversity of skills within the joint venture, our public sector clients have enjoyed vastly reduced procurement time, real savings from the public purse and importantly, they’ve been able to deliver their projects with social value as standard.”
Previous Perfect Circle chairpersons include Duncan Green from Pick Everard and Richard Whitehead from AECOM.
As well as sitting on the senior management board for Perfect Circle, Jon is also chief client officer for Gleeds and is responsible for the construction consultancy’s strategic business development strategy. He has more than 25 years’ experience in cost management and has worked for the likes of Marks & Spencer, Lloyds TSB and HBOS.