Duo will strengthen A Proctor Group’s commercial build sector team

The A Proctor Group has expanded its commercial build sector sales team with two new appointments.

Will Jones has joined the company as commercial business development manager, while Adam Taylor is the group’s new commercial sales development manager.

Jones has joined the group from Kingspan Insulation, where he was UK Facades manager. He has more than 13 years experience of the built environment, and in developing a wide platform of technical knowledge and expertise amongst in-house teams, and in maintaining and building relationships with customers and suppliers.

Taylor, meanwhile, will strengthen the A Proctor Group’s expertise within the commercial sector, and comes with a wealth of sales and specification experience from within the construction industry. He has worked previously for such companies as Wienerberger, Kingspan and SIG Insulations. From his previous role as UK specification sales manager at Wienerberger, he will bring a strong track record of the successful delivery of complex specifications within the construction sector.

“The appointment of Will and Adam is confirmation of our commitment to lead the way in high quality, innovative solutions for the construction sector, and the growth and development of the commercial built environment,” said Keira Proctor, the group’s managing director.

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