Promotion & Board Appointment

28 January 2020



Jackson Rowe is pleased to confirm the appointment of Gemma Good MRICS to the position of Director and Co-Owner at Jackson Rowe. Speaking about her recent appointment Gemma says;

“I am delighted to have been invited to join the Board at Jackson Rowe, a prestigious Chartered Quantity Surveying Practice with an impressive 30 year history. This appointment is a particularly proud moment for me and my family who span nine generations of involvement in the Construction industry. I am looking forward to making my contribution to the next chapter of Jackson Rowe, working with our experienced team to further our strategic goals and aspirations. I would also like to thank everyone who has provided us with opportunities that have contributed to our continuing success. The opportunity to meet and work with a variety of clients from both the public and private sectors continues to add diversity and excitement to my role and helps make every day unique.”

Gemma commenced working in the Construction Industry as a Buyer and achieved her BSc in Construction Business Management (specialising in Quantity Surveying). Gemma qualified as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor in 2008 and spent many years working as a Contractor’s QS for Laing O’Rourke. Gemma joined Jackson Rowe in 2014 looking for new challenges both in different sectors and working with a broader range of clients. In her spare time Gemma is an avid gardener, enjoys travelling, reading and exploring the countryside with her husband Paddy and young children, Gabriel (4) and Abigail (2).

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