Proteus Facades appoints three
Skelmersdale-based Proteus Facades has expanded its sales, marketing and technical teams with three new appointments.
The firm, which designs and manufactures rainscreen cladding systems for building envelopes, has appointed Simon Grisewood as fabrications sales manager, Stephen Olverson as marketing executive and Daniel Kamata as apprentice technical assistant.
Simon joins the business with extensive experience in the manufacturing and construction sectors. He will use his skills and expertise to expand Proteus Facades’ fabrication division and further strengthen its services for new and existing clients with the introduction of an insulated spandrel offering in a range of metal, glass and ceramic finishes.
Stephen previously studied Graphic Design at University of Central Lancashire and holds experience in manufacturing and logistics. He will be responsible for implementing strategic marketing campaigns to support the business in securing future growth in the UK and further afield.
Continuing Proteus Facades’ strategy of developing grassroots talent, Daniel has completed an intensive 12-week programme with the Construction and Design Centre of Excellence (CADCOE). In his role as apprentice technical assistant he will be responsible for developing and updating new and existing CAD drawings for the company’s architectural and construction clients; whilst working towards completing a Level 3 Diploma in Construction & the Built Environment.
Simon Gregory, sales director at Proteus Facades, said: "Simon, Stephen and Daniel have all joined the business at a very exciting time. Having secured a number of new contracts in recent months, we are strategically working towards increasing our services and extending our reach into new markets. We are sure our new team members will each prove valuable in supporting us to meet this goal."
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