C&C Catering Equipment has celebrated Mark ‘Roxy’ Roxburgh reaching 20 years working with the company, having joined the team back in 1998 at its Bumpers Lane premises in Chester.
Since building racking at a project in the Sea Life Centre, Rhyl, on his first day, Roxburgh continues to make progress, having recently been appointed as project director.
His dedication to C&C and the wider industry has seen him excel in his positions, according to C&C, having previously held project manager, senior project manager, and installations director titles with the company.
MD Peter Kitchin commented: “Mark joined the team as a general help and delivery driver in 1998, originally working for an agency, but we quickly saw good things in him and offered him a full-time role to include delivering equipment, van driving and working on site.
“Mark is very, very good at what he does, and is now project director at the company, running his team down in London incredibly well. He is undoubtedly a great asset to C&C and has been involved in some amazing projects over the years, winning some special awards for doing so.
“Some of the schemes he has worked on have included House of Lords, Nomura, and Cafe Royal to name but a few. We’re delighted to have him as a valued member of our team, and to celebrate this huge milestone together. Here’s to the next 20 years!”