Having taken-up the role in January, Stuart will be supporting and advising engineers and specifiers on the best life care service refurbishment plan for the concrete repair and structural strengthening of infrastructure projects such as bridges, car parks and wastewater treatment plants.
Stuart, who previously worked as Sika’s Technical Advisor for repair and structural strengthening products, said: “It’s fantastic to be presented with this exciting new challenge. I was looking to expand my role within the concrete market. Therefore, the prospect of being involved in the more technical side of things, whilst building relationships with key contractors, really appealed to me.”
When not journeying across southern England as part of his new role, Stuart will be based at Sika’s Welwyn Garden City HQ. He’s in his ninth year with the company and his latest appointment sees him working closely with Sika’s Senior Infrastructure Manager for the northern region, Ronnie Turner.
Stuart is very clear about what he wishes to achieve in his current position. “I want Sika to become the go-to manufacture for concrete repair and structural strengthening projects. And the best thing is, we have the products, expertise and diligence to make it happen.”