Martin Holt has been appointed as Stoma new CEO to help deliver the huge growth potential of the Group.
Martin Holt has more than 25 years’ experience working at executive level in businesses serving the built environment. He has held senior positions with Mitie, Dalkia PLC, Trend and most recently served as Chief Executive of Bellrock Property & Facilities Management. He is highly experienced in strategic planning, business transformation and integration for multi-national corporate businesses and this expertise will be crucial to deliver on the Stroma Group’s ambitious growth and expansion strategies.
Stroma, now celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2017, has grown both organically and via acquisition and is now one of the largest niche service providers to the built environment and other UK industries.
The Stroma Group now serves clients throughout the construction lifecycle from design through handover and into operation for a range of domestic and commercial projects. In recent years the Group has acquired three independent CIC approved inspector businesses in Approved Design Consultancy, BBS Building Control and Greendoor Building Control, as well as HRS Services in early 2017 (to complement the environmental sustainability services offered through Stroma Tech).
Stroma founders, Matthew Ferguson and Robert Coxon: “We are delighted that Martin has agreed to accept this position as Group CEO and would like to warmly welcome him to Stroma. His track record is extremely impressive and he will undoubtedly deliver on the huge future potential of our Group, create more opportunities for our staff and further improve the service quality we deliver to our clients and customers.”
Martin Holt said: “Stroma is at an exciting time in its development; Rob, Matt and the Stroma Group board have built a business with excellent prospects for growth, both organically and through further acquisitions. I’m looking forward to working
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