Friday, August 12, 2022

New contracts manager joins Blueprint Interiors

Workplace consultancy and commercial office interior fit-out specialists Blueprint Interiors has appointed Paul Brown as a contracts manager.

Paul, who lives in Ripley, Derbyshire, has 23 years experience in the shopfitting industry and has managed a wide range of high-profile projects for various blue-chip clients. He also holds a CSCS licence and several NEBOSH general, construction and fire safety certificates.

In his new role, Paul will be responsible for organising the construction phase of all commercial office fit outs projects which the company is delivering. Since the beginning of 2022, Blueprint Interiors has won a number of high profile and high value projects from companies who wish to embrace hybrid working and want to adapt their workplaces according to the needs of the people using them.

Commenting on his new role Paul said: “This is a slight change of industry sector and is an exciting new challenge. I am looking forward to gaining the sense of achievement I get from successfully completing the fantastic looking and people orientated bespoke commercial office fit outs for which Blueprint Interiors is renown.”

Creative and commercial director, Chloe Sproston, added: “Our workplace consultancy process has always preceded our design recommendations. We are finding that this advice is now more important than ever as office managers seek ways to transform their largest overhead – their office space – into a place which attracts the very best talent and inspires them to work to their best ability. With Paul’s skills we will be able to ensure the construction phases continue to meet the highest standards.”

In his spare time, Paul enjoys cycling and getting outdoors with his partner and two young children.

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