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ormer president of BESA, Andy Sneyd, has joined Hargreaves Ductwork as the company’s new managing director.

With over 14 years of experience in the ventilation industry, Mr Lilly, who has a background in design engineering, is tasked with expanding the business’s newly founded air conditioning offering.

Having held numerous technical and engineering roles, Mr Lilley will provide invaluable technical support and advice to building service engineers and facilities managers, as part of Bosch Commercial and Industrial’s free project specification service.

A chartered engineer and fellow of CIBSE, Mr Sneyd has over 25 years’ experience in the engineering, manufacturing and commercial sectors, having led DfMA at Laing O’Rourke and worked as head of design at Crown House Technologies. It was during his nine-year spell as head of design at Crown House Technologies that Mr Sneyd was also elected president of BESA for 2014/15.

Mr Sneyd joins Hargreaves Ductwork from Portakabin Group, where he held the board position of design and engineering director for two years.

He commented: “Hargreaves Ductwork is one of the most specialised and experienced HVAC companies in the country. I’m looking forward to working with all stakeholders, including our valued staff and customers, alongside our parent company M+W Group. ”

Bosch Commercial and Industrial has appointed Daniel Lilley as its UK air conditioning sales manager, as it looks to further expand its offering in the commercial HVAC sector.

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Mr Lilley said: “The Bosch Commercial and Industrial VRF and RAC air conditioning units are of an equivalent or higher standard to existing alternatives, but what really sets the Bosch offering apart is the superior technical support and protection we can offer, including a five year parts and labour warranty. ”

Terry Sharp, UK and Ireland product sales manager at John- son Controls, has joined the BCIA Management Committee.

Management Committee. Currently managing director of Sontay, he has been employed in the building automation industry for over 15 years.

Waterloo Air Products has welcomed back Nick Beal as a technical sales agent, working with the team in the South East.

market out of the company’s European distribution centre. Mr Radford has joined Ritchie from Dawsonrentals Temperature Control Solutions, where he most recently worked as a technical support engin- eer, ensuring correct application se- lection and supporting the sales team and clients.

Mr Radford’s previous positions within the company included cus- tomer support and refrigeration workshop engineering roles, where he tested, modified and repaired cold stores, blast freezers and tempering units.

Mr Beal originally joined Waterloo in 1995 and spent eight years with the experts in Air Terminal Device (ATD) manufacture.

Since then, he has worked in various roles in air distribution and ventilation, including a period of time spent as a consultant, and has extensive knowledge and experience of supporting customers with their projects.

Having worked in the controls industry for over 35 years, Mr Sharp (pictured left) will help bridge the gap between manufacturers and installers to bring a rounded perspective to the challenges faced Building Management Systems. Sandy Damm (pictured right) has also been welcomed to the BCIA

Mr Beal commented: “It’s really good to be back. I’m looking forward to using my experience and know- ledge to help customers get the right air terminal devices to suit their project.”

Ritchie Engineering has hired Adam Radford as its UK and Ireland sales manager.

He will be responsible for

managing the sale of all Yellow Jacket products in the company’s expanding

As Conex Bänninger makes the push towards specification, supplying large commercial projects such as hospitals, schools and office blocks, Mr Curley and Mr Norgate will each bring a wealth of expertise and contacts to the company.

Conex Bänninger is pursuing further growth, having appointed two experienced regional technical sales managers in the South East. John Curley (pictured left) and Stephen Norgate (right) are primarily looking to get Conex Bänninger products into the hands of merchants, consultants and specifiers, important areas of focus for the brand.

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