Tuesday April 12 2016

Galliford Try Partnerships appoints technical manager

Galliford Try Partnerships appoints technical manager

Leading housing and regeneration specialist Galliford Try Partnerships, has appointed Stuart McHale as technical manager in its North West business unit, based in Warrington.

Stuart, joined the £330m turnover company this week having previously held the position of development engineer at Bellway Homes’ Manchester division.

As part of his new role, Stuart will be responsible for the management of all technical aspects of the business across all of Galliford Try Partnerships’ North West housing developments.

Reporting to the development director Stuart will ensure all new regeneration schemes are delivered successfully in terms of delivery time, scope and quality.

Stuart said of his new role: “I am delighted to take the role as technical manager within Galliford Try Partnerships’ North West business unit.  This is a great opportunity for me to use the experience and knowledge I have gained over the years to assist the company in achieving its goal to deliver successful and much sought after new homes across the North West.” 

Part of Galliford Try plc group, Galliford Try Partnerships markets its developments under the Linden Homes banner.


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