Specialist role created to meet demand for RWA

The UK’s leading manufacturer of door and window control systems, GEZE UK, is meeting demand for smoke and heat extraction systems to enhance life safety, with the creation of specialist technical and sales role.

GEZE’s global reputation for life safety products and in particular systems for smoke ventilation, has led to increased interest from the UK market in its smoke and heating extraction systems (RWA). As a result, Spencer Allen has been appointed as GEZE UK’s first RWA project manager to provide technical advice and guidance about this specialist market to architects and specifiers across the UK.

With a career that spans both the building and manufacturing industries, Spencer has worked in the technical department at GEZE UK for five years, and brings extensive technical knowledge and an electrical qualification to this specialist role.

GEZE UK’s sales director Andy Howland said: “Smoke and heat extraction is an exciting growth market for GEZE UK, and with Spencer in this role, I’m confident we will be able to build on our strong record for innovation and quality, and our global expertise in RWA.”

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