Kiwa BDA appoints new Technical Manager to support increased demand

  • 28 Sep 2016

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Kiwa BDA has announced the appointment of Paul Oakley as Technical Manager to support the increasing demand for product approval. 

Kiwa provides the BDA Agrément for roofing, facade, insulation and other building products. The company has recently recruited a number of new technicians to help handle the large volume of product approval work secured from UK manufacturers.

Commenting on the appointment of Paul Oakley, Kiwa CEO, Brian Austin, explained: “Paul’s experience and knowledge of the construction sector makes him a perfect fit for the role. 

This business area is developing quickly and recruiting Paul underlines our commitment to maintaining the integrity of our work and building up technical contact with our clients.”


Kiwa UK Group
Kiwa House,
Melvern View Business Park,
Stella Way, Bishops Cleve,
Cheltenham.  GL52 7DQ

Tel: +44 (0)1242 677877

Visit the Kiwa BDA website

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