Fairfields South West office was officially opened by Managing Director, Michael Doney, on 2nd May 2017. Based in Quedgeley, just south of Gloucester, the office includes a Project and Service Team and it is our intention to grow and further develop new and exisiting customer and supplier relationships in the region.
The office is run by Engineering Manager, Paul Denton, who has been with Fairfields for over 15 years and has over 20 years’ experience. Paul has relocated from our Head Office in Retford. Paul said:
“The move into our new South West home is hugely exciting for both Fairfields and myself. We have a great team here at the new site and with a Fairfields presence in the region we are excited about the new opportunities this will bring.”
Two other existing Fairfield engineers, Andrew and Sayeh, have also relocated from Retford to join the team in the South West. They will continue to ensure the company mission, vision and values are maintained across the two sites. We are still recruiting locally for Apprentices and Service Engineers.
Applications Director, Oliver Mangham, will be splitting his time over the 2 sites to provide technical sales in the area. If you would like to discuss your plant or project, contact Oliver at email@example.com or on 01623 835350.
Fairfields has always provided services and solutions nationwide but this additional office will ensure we have local facilities and engineers in the area as well as ensuring we can deliver fast responses to our customers with service agreements. The office will also help us to continue to deliver our Environment Agency Framework, which we were recently awarded.
Michael Doney said:
“The opening of the SW office is an exciting milestone for Fairfields and forms part of the strategic plan which will enable Fairfields to both meet its ambitious targets while improving our services to new and existing customers. I’m delighted with the newly formed South West team and will be providing all the support required to enable them to achieve their full potential.”