Alumasc Facades expands team to meet growing demand

  • 27 Oct 2015

Alumasc_Facades_Logo_Mar14With more growth predicted for the housebuilding, healthcare and education sectors, Alumasc Facades have appointed three new Business Development Managers.

Stewart Taylor, Sales Director for Alumasc Facades: “The expansion of our Business Development Team is indicative of the strong position currently being experienced by Alumasc in the facades sector and of our commitment to the ongoing provision of the highest quality products and customer service in the industry.”

1-Mark_HighResMark Swift joins Alumasc Facades following 11 years at Kingspan Insulation, where he gained extensive knowledge of the commercial and domestic new build, refurbishment and social housing sectors. Mark is looking forward to utilising his knowledge and experience to deliver business growth.

Mark comments: “The industry is facing some unprecedented challenges, none more-so than the acute shortage of skilled trade. Alumasc’s forward-thinking evaluation of its marketplace has enabled them to deliver on their commitment to developing new products and innovations to address these needs. I am looking forward to further enhancing our market presence and helping to expand our customer reach.”

1-AdamAdam Griffin will be covering the South East of England. Adam has spent 20 years in Construction, with the last 10 years specialising in external facades where he developed extensive sales and technical knowledge of the render market in particular.

Adam comments: “The need for high performance facades system solutions for both new-build and refurbishment projects in the South East of England is well known. I aim to use my experience and technical knowledge to further support Alumasc’s well respected facades systems along with their new product development initiatives, positioning us at the forefront of the industry moving forward.”

1-JoJo Checkley, who will be covering London, boasts 27 years in the construction sector. Jo has previously held positions where she was responsible for Contracts/Project Management and Business Development.

Jo comments: “I’m really excited to be joining Alumasc as they continue to lead the market with new product offerings such as their new Alumasc Ventilated System (AVS) for timber framed construction. In order to secure long term investment from large organisations, it’s essential to be specified at pre-tender stage and I will build those relationships in order to make that possible.”

Alumasc Facades,
White House Works,
Bold Road,
Sutton,
St Helen's,
Merseyside,
United Kingdom
WA9 4JG

Phone: 01744 648400

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