Sunday, June 7, 2020

Frudd joins Robert Woodhead as firm eyes expansion

East Midlands based construction company, Robert Woodhead Ltd has appointed Jenna Frudd as its new Business Development Manager, adding to its 180+ existing team.

Jenna Frudd joined the business last month bringing with her a wealth of experience and knowledge in the construction industry, having come from being the Director of her own construction company and more recently managing high end private housing developments.

Jenna is well known in the construction industry and is keen to get her teeth in to a new challenge at Woodhead.

She is particularly looking forward to showcasing some of its current key projects such as New Bolsover Model Village, Abbey Grove Extra Care, The University of Nottingham’s RAD building and Woodhead Homes development of market sale properties at its Rufford Pastures site in Edwinstowe.

Jenna said on her appointment: “I am thrilled to have been appointed as Woodhead’s new Business Development Manager and can’t wait to be part of this dynamic, growing business”.

“Woodhead’s ethos and values are what attracted me to the role and I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge of the industry to support with its growth going forward”.

“With Woodhead’s new Derby office official launch taking place in April, it’s a really exciting time to be joining the team and I am keen to get stuck in to looking for new opportunities and potential projects for the business in the coming months.”

Jenna has joined Woodhead as they continue to grow the group towards a turnover of £60m+ particularly in the Heritage, Housing and Regeneration, Extra Care, Education (Such as the Ingenuity Centre, pictured below, and Sustainable Construction markets.)

Glenn Slater, Business Development Director at Robert Woodhead Ltd said: “We’re delighted to have appointed Jenna. Her years of experience in the construction and housing industry will help us continue a sustainable growth and broaden our scope across the Midlands and South Yorkshire and continue to support our Lincoln office”.

“I believe Jenna is an excellent fit with Woodhead’s values and culture which is important to us when appointing new members of the team. I look forward to working with Jenna and wish her all the best in her new role.”

 

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