GEZE UK has appointed a new sales manager, Stephen Lancaster, within window technology supply and installation, covering the Northern region.
Stephen will be responsible for the supply and installation sales of GEZE’s wide range of window technology products for smoke extraction and natural ventilation.
As sales manager, Stephen will also forge relationships with fabricators in the North of England and Scotland and assist them with technical compliance issues.
Stephen has experience as an architectural technologist for various practices across Harrogate and Leeds, in addition to working as architectural project manager for Aluminium system house, Schuco.
Therefore, he is able to ensure that fabricators are aware of both the latest regulations and the comprehensive range of GEZE products available.
Stephen’s dissertation revealed how off-site construction methods could be utilised to achieve high fabric performance in the drive towards carbon neutrality, together with the perception of house builders adopting this approach. The paper was awarded ‘Stephen George Excellence Award’f or the best dissertation on his BSc at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Andy Howland, sales director of GEZE UK, commented: “Stephen is an excellent addition to our growing sales team. His understanding of the market, technical knowledge, personality, not least familiarity with the Northern Territory makes him the ideal, front-facing ambassador for GEZE in this region.”
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