Reading-based Kevin Stearman has joined VORTICE as Project Development Manager for London and the South East.
Kevin, whose background in Commercial, Domestic and Industrial ventilation is extensive, will be responsible for supporting architects, specifiers, developers and contractors as they specify and install the right products for their projects.
At a time when good ventilation has been recognised as having a crucial part to play in the nation’s health, Kevin’s expertise will be invaluable, as he brings VORTICE products to market.
Paul Gunner, National Sales Manager, commented: “We welcome Kevin to the team. We have several new products developed to help in the fight against Covid-19 as well as our wide-ranging portfolio of existing ventilation and heat recovery systems.”
In his spare time Kevin enjoys football as a supporter of Reading FC, as well and enjoys watching Sci-fi films.
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