Brett Martin appoints new technical sales manager

Published:  15 April, 2014

Brett Martin Daylight Systems has appointed Tony Isaac as the company’s new technical sales manager for the Midlands, South West and South Wales.

Responsible for providing technical support, from initial design and site survey through to installation on site, Mr Isaac will work closely with architects, specifiers and contractors to offer advice and guidance on the best rooflight options for a range of applications, from schools, hospitals and retail facilities to office buildings and residential developments.

“I am delighted to join the Brett Martin team, as my new position presents a number of new challenges and opportunities,” said Mr Isaac. “With natural light, sustainability and full life costs playing such a vital role in contemporary construction, these are exciting times for the daylight systems industry.”

With over 20 years’ sales management experience in the construction and roofing industries, Mr Isaac offers great technical, practical and product knowledge. He will use this to promote an expansive range of rooflight products including domes, vaults, skylights and panel glazing systems.

He will also be responsible for the company’s RIBA-approved CPD seminar – ‘Specifying rooflights to meet the demands of the next generation’ – which looks at the role that natural light plays in the delivery of sustainable, low-carbon buildings to meet stringent energy efficient targets.

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