Aluprof continues to expand London Office

  • 21 Dec 2017

Aluprof systems and solutions has recently announced the appointment of Przemyslaw Federowski as Facade Engineer in its London office.

Having worked in the UK facade and solar shading industry Przemyslaw is a trained engineer and his new role will see him assist specifiers in detaining Aluprof systems into any project particularly where challenging details are required. 

Aluprof’s Managing Director, Wojciech Brozyna comments on the company’s commitment to the new London post; “Our aluminium systems are becoming well known and increasingly specified by architects in London. To ensure that we can quickly respond to specifiers requests for facade engineering support, we felt it was necessary to have a permanent presence in the city.”

The new appointment comes following Aluprof’s push to expand the London office with the appointment of two new Project Consultants in August.

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Altrincham Business Park
Stuart Road
Altrincham
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