Vaillant has unveiled a brand-new initiative for its specification business, an especially formed team designed to provide dedicated support to architects, consultants, developers and main contractors in London and the South East.
Offering in-depth design and specification expertise, the team will be on hand to provide stakeholders in the region with extensive resources for the development and implementation of industrial, commercial, domestic and renewable systems.
Leading the initiative is business development director Chris Goss, a specification expert with a decade’s worth of experience at Vaillant.
Joining him are two new additions to the business, Rob Arkle and Peter Spurway.
Now active in his role as business development manager for the City and East London, Mr Arkle brings a wealth of knowledge to the position, having built a 25-year career in technical sales for the HVAC sector. With a skillset which ranges from landmark developments to smaller bespoke projects, he will be supporting M&E consultants and contractors within the region, facilitating specifications from across Vaillant’s wide portfolio of products.
Mr Spurway joins as business development manager for the City and West London. Having begun his career as a gas heating engineer for Bracknell Forest Council, he has since worked with brands such as Strebel and Andrews Water Heaters, honing his HVAC expertise over the past 13 years.
Currently a committee member for the CIBSE Home Counties North West region, Mr Spurway’s knowledge of the industry will enable him to offer a detailed understanding of the specification process across all commercial projects.
Mr Goss said: “This is a completely new initiative for Vaillant, and one which we believe will offer a whole new level of service to stakeholders across London and the South East.
“The appointment of Rob and Peter ensures that our dedicated division is able to provide a highly specialised service, enabling us to supply a level of design and specification support which is unmatched in the market. We look forward to working with architects, consultants, developers and main contractors throughout the area.”
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