Mansell further commits to off-site framing with key appointment

Paul Mountford (51) has been appointed Off-Site Business Development Manager at Mansell Finishes.

With over 34 years’ of construction experience, Paul has extensive estimating, procurement and commercial knowledge with particular expertise in off-site frames and structures. The appointment follows a significant and ongoing increase in demand for the company’s off-site services and capabilities.

Paul brings extensive knowledge and experience to the team and is a dedicated resource on hand to offer first class off-site advice and assistance to main contractors, architects and design managers even before tender stage. Reporting to the senior management team, he is responsible for ensuring that the company’s 40,000 ft2production facility, located in North Manchester, is kept running at full capacity.

Since coming on board, Paul has been instrumental in securing a number of new projects for the company, including a £3.2 million development to supply and install an SFS pre-panelised system for the construction of a new 600 bedroom student accommodation project at the University of Northampton. Other key wins include the Castle Hotel at LEGOLAND, the CBeebies Land Hotel at Alton Towers Resort and two Premier Inns at Southgate and Bromley, both in London.

In addition to his off-site knowledge, Paul also has extensive experience with on-site finishes including SFS infill and drylining. Currently living in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Paul has an ONC and HNC in Construction and enjoys watching rugby and motorcycle racing in his spare time.

Commenting on Paul’s appointment, Angela Mansell, Operations Director at Mansell says: “Paul is a key addition to our off-site team, brings valuable knowledge and insight to the company and will help us take a significant step forward in respect of our development and growth. His appointment is further evidence of our commitment to the off-site sector, as we’ve also recently moved to new premises and made a six-figure investment in our new off-site production facility to cope with increased demand.”