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58 APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


Krol Corlett appoints new Head of Construction


N


orth West construction contractor, Krol Corlett, has appointed Peter Dunn as the company’s new


Head of Construction, as part of a targeted growth strategy. An experienced construction director


who joins Krol Corlett from a national construction company, Peter brings 35 years’ construction sector experience to the Krol Corlett team, including a wide range of £multi-million projects. His track record and industry contacts across the North West will support Krol Corlett’s continuing growth, which has seen the company take on bigger projects and expand across Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire and West Yorkshire over the past three years. “This is a critical period in our


development as a business,” explains Simon Krol, Director at Krol Corlett. “Over the past few years we have successfully taken on larger projects while continuing to offer a flexible, agile service for projects of all sizes.


We have also grown geographically and opened new offices in Manchester and Preston to enable us to offer high levels of reliable and expert service to clients across the region for a varied array of projects. “Now is the time for us to build on those successes and Peter’s experience will be instrumental in enabling us to scale up without losing sight of our values, our heritage or our commitment to quality.” Peter’s impressive track record includes


residential, education and healthcare projects, with his experience in live hospital refurbishments dovetailing with Krol Corlett’s strength in the healthcare sector. His new role involves engaging with the existing supply chain and developing new supplier relationships, mentoring the team and developing Krol Corlett’s systems and health & safety best practice, along with direct involvement in tenders and live projects. Peter adds: “Krol Corlett is a very dynamic business that has grown by showing ambition


Fastflow Group makes Top Track 250


Fastflow Group has made it into the Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 for the first time, ranked 177th. The Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 league table ranks Britain’s leading mid-market private companies with the biggest sales. Fastflow Group provides essential gas, water and multiutility infrastructure services to blue chip customers across the UK, as well as


the development of new homes and planned and responsive property maintenance services for social housing and local authority clients.


01322 665522 www.fastflow.co.uk Now is the time for timber


Time for Timber campaign is launching a new drive that directly targets the financial and insurance sectors. Andrew Orriss from the Time for Timber campaign commented: “We are at a crossroads in the UK and on a global basis: we need to act now if we are going to meet our environmental obligations


and timber is the primary building material that will help us do this. As well as being sustainable, replenishable and easily recycled, the adoption of timber within off-site construction and MMC techniques would have a profound effect on the wider construction market and a demonstrable reduction in the carbon footprint of projects.”


01259 272140 www.timefortimber.org


and embedding quality and collaboration in everything it does. The company’s willingness to invest in training, nurture its people and foster excellent relationships across both upstream and downstream delivery partners provides an excellent foundation for sustainable growth. Taking an active role in delivering on that potential is a very exciting prospect.”


0151 546 1031 www.krolcorlett.com TZ Air Conditioner wins Good Design Award


Panasonic Heating & Cooling Solutions is pleased to announce its first-class wall-mounted air conditioner, the TZ has been awarded the Good Design Award by the sole comprehensive design evaluation and commendation system in Japan since 1957. Panasonic’s award-winning TZ proves to be a worthy addition to any home. Having


recently undergone major improvements to its design, the system boasts a smaller and more elegant chassis at only 779mm wide, whilst still maintaining impressive power and efficiency. The unit is small enough for above door installation, making it ideal for limited spaces.


01344 85 3182 www.aircon.panasonic.eu ‘UK Business Hero’ for COVID-19 response


Vent-Axia has been named as a ‘UK Business Hero’ by the British Chamber of Commerce as part of the Chamber’s campaign to recognise the incredible work UK businesses are undertaking, in the most challenging of years. Nominated by Sussex Chamber of Commerce, the leading British


ventilation manufacturer was awarded this prestigious accolade for its valuable work supplying ventilation to COVID-19 hospital wards and field hospitals in unprecedented timescales, throughout lockdown and beyond. The Crawley-based company is delighted to be one of only 399 UK businesses to be given this national recognition.


0344 856 0590 www.vent-axia.com/dilutethevirus


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