Paul moved into the lift and escalator industry following 10 years in the steel industry, having originally trained as a Metallurgist.
Paul brought with him a wealth of experience in heavy industry manufacturing, exporting to European, Asian and American markets as well as practical experience in account management. Paul joined a global lift & escalator manufacturer in 2005 and held a number roles in major project sales, maintenance operations management, maintenance account management, major project sales engineering and business change management.
Paul’s experience included working with commercial, retail and public transport clients, with some notable involvements including Canary Wharf Crossrail Station and Canary Wharf RT5 Development; Imperial War Museum, London; Heathrow Terminal 2A and the Pan-TfL Escalator project.
Paul made the decision to move to vertical transportation consultancy towards the end of 2013. D2E’s pragmatic approach, strategic insight and strong emphasis on ethics, impartiality and customer satisfaction were a natural fit with Paul’s previous experience, and remain a strong motivation today.
Paul’s most recent experience includes the new developments at 70 St Mary Axe, London; 1 Crown Place, London; The Bank of England, London; The Central Criminal Courts, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; Buchanan Galleries Shopping Centre, Glasgow; Nova Victoria, London and RMK Headquarters, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
University of Wales, Swansea – BEng (Hons) Materials Engineering; University of Wales, Swansea – EngD Clean Steel Technology; Peter’s Research – Elevate Training Course; Peter’s Research – Elevate Advanced Training Course.