With over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, Lee May’s achievements have elevated him to the point of no turning back. His great minds have seen him rise to an executive position at the Beamridge Limited as the Chief Advisor. This has led to a massive refurbishment of the company’s employees input as he seeks to instill the virtue of loyalty and hard work to enable them to scale to greater heights and soar the company to even better grounds.
The company’s Board of Directors is by far and wide the most experienced having been chipped from major Public Limited Corporations in the United Kingdom. Under Lee May’s exemplary leadership, they seek to establish the company as a primary developer, therefore, creating the empire’s worth to a staggering 250 million euros.
Despite his involvement with Beamridge, Lee May is successfully building his career as a real estate developer where he majors in land acquisitions in a bid to take his business to the next level. With the skyrocketing demand for high-end building for both residential and commercial purposes, he acquires and develops untenanted land into magnanimous projects making him one of the most prominent Private Property Developers in the UK. His debut into the industry started in London owing to her vast population and position in the global map as a tourist hub.
Lee May’s Charity Endeavors
Having established a successful career, Lee May spends his precious time and hard-earned money empowering his community through different events to help them achieve their goals. He majorly focuses on the youths who are over time and again prone to indulging themselves in criminal activities.
Through the Nemesis Boxing Club, Lee May supports and sponsors the youth in this sport by giving them resources to ensure they are at par with other clubs. He also seeks to help and empower cancer patients in the UK by providing funds for research and medication through the Children with Cancer organization. Lee May has also directly funded BRAKE, a road safety awareness group in the UK.
Lee May’s desire for making an impact in the industry was felt when he worked as a casual laborer at a construction site barely 16 years old. He later joined the North West Kest College and attained the City and Guild qualification to become a certified bricklayer.