Ideal Commercial Boilers appoints new specification manager

Published:  01 August, 2014

Simon Carpenter has joined Ideal Commercial Boilers in the role of specification manager, expanding the company’s growing team of consultative technical experts.

Mr Carpenter’s role will entail working closely with major consultants, specifiers and contractors in the Central London area to assist in the selection of boiler plant and suitable equipment for a whole host of commercial and residential applications, including schools, hospitals, hotels, retail outlets and large-scale communal heating developments.

Bringing with him a wealth of experience in the commercial building services sector, having worked in the industry for over 20 years, Mr Carpenter said: “Ideal Commercial Boilers has been a leading name in the industry for decades and is one of the few British manufacturers still out there, so I was proud for a number of reasons when I was appointed as specification manager within the business.

“What I enjoy most about this role is meeting different consultants and working alongside them to develop designs and formulate solutions that meet the needs of the end user. I am looking forward to utilising my experience and technical knowledge to remind those in the industry about the extensive capabilities of Ideal Commercial boilers and the role they can play in the drive towards more energy efficient heating solutions.”

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