Exoair DPL has expanded its team with the addition of a project manager to service an increase in business.
The commercial kitchen ventilation firm says it has continued to grow since Exoair acquired DPL in November last year and required a senior project manager to bolster its team.
It has hired Ben Pawsey as senior project manager who, like directors Geoff Allum and Pete Tucker, is an ex-Vent Master man. He has served a three-year training programme as a kitchen ventilation engineer that encompassed CAD, project management and estimating.
Pawsey’s most recent role involved working as a self-employed contracting project manager, where he has overseen numerous large projects worth millions of pounds.
Previous schemes include Heathrow T2, where he was responsible for ductwork co-ordination, purchasing and logistics over three floors, including 10 plant rooms.
He had three supervisors and 30 operatives reporting to him, over an 18-month contract, with a project value of £6m.
“Ben brings all the right skills and work ethic to the company, and we will be announcing further important additions to our team in the very near future,” said Tucker.
Pawsey added: “I am delighted to be joining a strong and growing organisation, and working with previous colleagues again. I am particularly looking forward to getting stuck in to some of the larger projects that Exoair DPL is now winning.”