Stewart Milne looks to the southeast
Stewart Milne Timber Systems is targeting growth in London and the southeast with the appointment of a new business development manager for the region.
Peter Keogh joins Stewart Milne Timber Systems after 10 years with SIPs Eco Panels, selling structural insulated panels. He started his career working as a house designer before moving into sales management.
Stewart Milne Timber Systems sales director Mike Perry said: “We are seeing growth across a number of our key markets sectors, including private housing, social housing and commercial developments with London and the east of England being key growth regions. The government’s focus on delivering new homes faster and the continuing challenges hampering traditional building methods across industry – including skills and materials shortages – are creating significant new opportunities for us.”
He added: “Peter’s proven abilities in sales, design and technical roles make him an excellent fit for our growing team and reflect the holistic service we provide to our clients, ensuring that our solutions fit their specific project requirements.”
Peter Keogh said: “Stewart Milne Timber Systems is highly regarded across the industry and is at the forefront of innovation for timber frame offsite construction. This is a very exciting period for the business with great potential for growth as the UK construction industry has to modernise and embrace the proven benefits that timber frame solutions can deliver.”
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This article was published on 4 Apr 2017 (last updated on 4 Apr 2017).