Posted on May 28th, 2009

Addition to PROjEN’s Executive Management Team

PROjEN are pleased to announce the appointment of Shane Pugh to their Executive Management Team.<br /> <br />

Shane is the second appointment to the now 7 strong team following the £Multi-million Management Buyout (MBO) of PROjEN backed by the Co-operative Bank back in February of this year.<br /> <br />

Shane, along with the rest of the team, is tasked with delivering the PROjEN Business Plan for 2009 and beyond.<br /> <br />

Shane has a long history with PROjEN, originally joining in 1989 and working for a 7 year period as a Design Engineer. During this time, Shane worked on high profile assignments such as the major overhaul of ICI’s Paraquat Plant and the Site Closure of Zeneca’s Widnes Works before leaving to try pastures new. <br /> <br />

For the next ten years, Shane built on his professional experience, working on a number of high profile assignments, providing Commissioning, Project Management and DSEAR consultancy services on behalf of a number of blue-chip organisations. <br /> <br />

In 2006, Shane rejoined PROjEN, heading up their <a href=””>Energy, Environmental and Compliance</a> Team and providing specialist <a href=””>DSEAR ATEX consultancy</a>. Since returning Shane has been instrumental in developing a number of energy conservation services for delivery at client sites and in leading PROjEN’s 2007 Carbon Trust Accreditation.<br />
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As part of PROjEN’s Executive Management Team, Shane’s role will be to continue to develop the business through PROjEN’s Energy and Environmental and Compliance offering as well as undertaking additional Client Account Management responsibilities.<br /> <br />

Martin Seabrook, Managing Director commented “I am very pleased to announce this latest appointment. Shane Pugh is a very valued member of PROjEN and it gives me great pleasure in rewarding him for his past and continued efforts in this way. These are exciting times and I look forward to Shane playing an even more active role in PROjEN’s future strategy and subsequent direction.”

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