Lead Sheet Association appoints new head

Published:  28 May, 2010

TONBRIDGE: The Lead Sheet Association (LSA) has appointed Nigel Johnston, its former training manager, as general manager responsible for all aspects of the Association’s activities.

The LSA is an independent authority for the use and application of Lead Sheet in the construction industry and their technical advice service and application manuals are renowned worldwide. Mr Johnston was responsible for setting up the LSA’s new purpose built training centre opened in 2008 at East Peckham in Kent and has worked for the Association for more than 14 years.

“We see Nigel’s appointment as the next stage of the LSA’s development. He takes over at critical time for the industry and we are confident he will facilitate the promotion of the use of Lead in the construction industry as the recovery gathers pace,” said LSA Chairman Joss Campbell.

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