Charcon Hard Landscaping, a division of Aggregate Industries, has made a move to strengthen its specification team with a new appointment.
Oli Magnuson joins the team with more than fifteen years’ experience in the landscaping industry, with history as an experienced Landscape Architect and Design Manager.
Reporting to the National Specification Manager, Clinton Young, Oli will be responsible for managing specifications for existing clients and developing new relationships.
Oli comments on his new role: “I’m looking forward to meeting people with a similar professional interest to myself, as well as being involved with a variety of projects at any one time. I’m hoping my background in design and architecture will be enormously valuable to my clients when it comes to product specification and I hope to exceed their expectations on every aspect of their project.”
Mark Barter, Sales Director for Charcon, comments on the appointment: “We are delighted that we’ve got Oli on board and have no doubt that with his design and landscape experience he will be a valuable member of the team. We have heavily invested in a robust specification and territory sales team over the years which now operate across the UK, reflecting our commitment to offer a more dedicated and personal service to our clients.”
Charcon offers the commercial sector a comprehensive range of paving, natural stone, kerbing and drainage via its hard landscaping product range. You can find out more about Charcon by visiting the website.
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