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Promat announces new commercial director and national specification manager

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Promat’s new leadership team

As reported by Promat, the passive fire protection specialist has appointed a new commercial director and a new national specification manager.

Joshua Slack, previously the National Specification Manager for three years, is now the commercial director.

In his new role, he will oversee the Promat specification and commercial sales teams, driving sales growth in the UK.

With nearly eight years at Promat and an IFE Level 3 Certificate in Passive Fire Protection, Josh has extensive experience in the specification and application of passive fire protection products.

He also has a background as a chartered surveyor.

Harvey Brown’s new role

Harvey Brown, formerly the Architectural Specification Manager, has been named the new National Specification Manager.

Harvey has been with Promat for five years and has considerable experience in supporting architects and specification managers in designing passive fire protection solutions.

In his new role, Harvey will lead a team of specification managers to assist designers in developing solutions that meet specific project requirements.

His expertise will be crucial in ensuring the accuracy and effectiveness of fire protection designs.

Commitment to safety and compliance

Josh Slack commented on the company’s dedication: “Promat is dedicated to providing the highest levels of support throughout the specification process to ensure that passive fire protection systems are correctly specified and meet the required safety standards.”

He also noted the industry’s changing landscape: “This is a time of change for the passive fire protection industry with the recent introduction of the Building Safety Act and the need for early specification.

“The specification team at Promat is heavily invested in offering the support needed to raise standards for life-critical products and to support the drive to ensure greater compliance and safer buildings.”

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