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Promat expands team with new appointment in London and the South East

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Promat boosts team with strategic hire

Promat, a specialist in passive fire protection, has recently announced the expansion of its team by appointing Neil O’Sullivan as the new Architectural Specification Manager for London and the South East.

This move is in response to growing demand in the region.

O’Sullivan, who brings over two decades of experience in technical specification support, will focus on assisting companies with the correct specification of passive fire protection in both new and renovated buildings.

O’Sullivan’s role and expertise

In his new role, O’Sullivan will offer technical advice and solutions to architects and contractors. His expertise will be crucial in developing bespoke engineered solutions for specific project demands, ensuring compliance with the latest fire and building safety regulations, including the Building Safety Act.

O’Sullivan commented: “This is an interesting time for the passive fire protection industry with an increased emphasis on the need for early specification.

“I’m looking forward to working with architects, specifiers, and contractors to ensure that their building aims are supported with the highest quality passive fire protection systems to make them as safe as possible.”

Promat’s commitment to fire safety and insulation

Promat is a leading manufacturer in fire protective boards and provides a wide array of passive fire and insulation solutions for the construction industry.

As part of the Etex group, Promat upholds high standards in its products and company values.

O’Sullivan’s addition to the team is expected to fortify Promat’s comprehensive technical and design support across the UK, particularly in London and the South East, where he will work alongside Anil Bangher, the Architectural Specification Manager for London and East Anglia.

IFSJ Comment

The appointment of Neil O’Sullivan at Promat highlights the industry’s evolving focus on early and accurate specification of passive fire protection systems.

This strategic expansion reflects the increasing importance of fire safety in building design and construction.

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