Construction and fit-out firm Medlock FRB has recruited Jon Nuttall to the newly-created post of support service manager.
Jon, aged 50, who lives in Stockport, has joined Medlock from Wates Construction.
Medlock director Colin Drury said: “Jon will play a key role in the Medlock business. He will be responsible for our project aftercare service, ensuring our customers receive a speedy, consistent approach to dealing with any issues that may affect their business.
“Jon will work closely with our project teams and I am confident his proactive, positive and professional approach will ensure Medlock continues to provide a ‘best in class’ service to our clients.
“This is an entirely new role, which demonstrates our commitment to constantly innovate and improve our service to clients.”
Medlock FRB is a fit-out, refurbishment and build contractor which specialises in the leisure, hotel, commercial and retail sectors.
The company, which has 55 staff, operates throughout the UK, carrying out projects ranging in value from £10,000 to £2m for clients including Greene King, Whitbread, JD Wetherspoon and Caffé Nero Group.
Jon, pictured, said: “I’m relishing my new role at Medlock and looking forward to using my experience and skills to help the business meet the needs of its growing client base.”
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