Sandycroft depot has continued to be at the forefront of local business expansions this season and has maintained its enviable reputation for assisting schools to accommodate greater pupil numbers through the introduction of mobile classrooms and portable facilities.
Bryn Elian School at Colwyn Bay was one school that benefited from the introduction of a five bay double classroom that enabled a further 60 extra pupil places to be accommodated.
The team behind the success has continued to go from strength to strength with the introduction of a new depot manager, Robert McGuffie.
Robert has extensive industry experience, having worked previously for one of Portable Offices’ competitors. With an engineering and manufacturing background, Robert is spearheading the tying down of processes and protocols at the depot and has already made sustainable in-roads on health and safety issues and is busy developing a refurbishment programme for the yard; working through old stock and looking at implementing greater standardisation within the fleet.
commented: “I am really enjoying my role. Portable Offices has an amazing approach to customer services, the like of which I have never seen; in fact massively better than my previous company. This provides an excellent business platform from which to make improvements and developments in other areas of the business.
“It has been another incredible season, with large contracts becoming a regular part of our business mix. It is very satisfying to be an integral part of such success.”
Other staff changes include Terry Coleman retiring from accounts and heading off for a new life in the sun. Rebecca Graydon has joined as his replacement and the search is on for a new administration person to join the busy team.
For more information contact: Portable Offices Chester on 01244 535566.