We are thrilled to announce that Adam Green has joined United Plant, in the role of Head of Engineering Services.
Adam will provide leadership and support to our Engineering Services team, to help drive engineer efficiency and performance. With responsibility for managing the Regional Management Team, this role includes ongoing safety leadership and further development of customer relationships.
Adam joins from Tarmac Building Products, where he held senior roles, latterly National Operational Performance Manager.
Says Greg Mulhearn, Managing Director, “Adam brings a strong skill-set, with proven experience of delivering operational performance, aligning standards, technical requirements and engineering delivery. Whilst at Tarmac Building Products he was also responsible for asset compliance and the mobile plant renewal programme. Adam has an excellent understanding of our business, our aspirations and future opportunity for growth – I am therefore delighted to welcome Adam to our team.”
Says Adam Green, “this is an important new role in our structure, as we look to enhance and expand our Engineering Services solution. We have a strong team delivering a national service and under my leadership we will continue to drive up our service delivery.”
Concludes Greg, “Adam is highly regarded within the industry, he is tenacious, strategic and committed to building strong teams that can deliver. He is developing close working relationships with the Regional Management Team, to ensure a joined-up approach to both customer satisfaction and regional business performance.”
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