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Johnson & Starley add two new members of staff

Johnson & Starley has appointed Darren Keenan as business development manager and Sue Powell as customer service/distribution sales manager.

Sue Powell, customer service/distribution sales manager at Johnson & Starely.

Mr Keenan has worked for Johnson and Starley for 20 years and has been a valuable member of the sales team. He has brought levels of innovation, enthusiasm and been a valued team member since his early days as a national manager for Centre-Cool cooling systems, followed by several years in the commercial section, Dravo Heating, working with major companies including national and internationals.

Over the last 13 years Mr Keenan has been regional manager successfully growing the area and working to implement new product lines in both heating and ventilation sectors.

During his time in the sales team, Mr Keenan has managed many projects from commencement to completion with major clients including local authorities. He has also been influential in the launch the Condensing Warm Air range Warmcair and Aquair units.

In his new role he will develop business potential across the country for heating and ventilation with particular emphasis on the commercial sector.

Ms Powell joined Combat 24 years ago as a sales administrator and has worked her way up through the company becoming distribution manager and now customer service/distribution sales manager.

Ms Powell holds a wealth of knowledge about the Combat brand of warm air heaters and radiant heating systems. Her long service history and extensive experience will be a huge asset to her new role.

15 August 2019


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Call to prioritise building retrofitting over demolition

Building designers and specifiers should consider retrofitting solutions to improve overall sustainability, according to Rehau.

The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) estimates that a sizeable proportion of a building’s lifecycle carbon is emitted during construction – 35% and 51% for office and residential properties respectively.

These findings have prompted campaigns for developers to prioritise the restoration of older properties over demolishing and replacing them at high carbon costs.



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