BGES appoints Georgia Butler and Rob Ordish to strengthen management team
BG Energy Solutions (BGES) has welcomed two new specialists to the team as the company looks to further enhance its technology and service offering.
Georgia Butler has joined as Head of Service and will be responsible for improving BGES’ service offering – a key part of the company’s #BecomeGreater strategy. The newly created role involves building client relationships and ensuring the company’s 24/7 Energy and Controls Centre (eCC) is running at peak performance.
Ms Butler has extensive experience in the property services and maintenance sector, most recently as Customer Performance Manager at Morgan Sindall where she championed a “Perfect Delivery” service and led responsibility for day to day management and administrative compliancy.
Ms Butler comments, “At my interview I saw just how positive the teams were to work at BGES and I knew it was a company where I could remain for years to come. I am delighted to join BGES and further improve service delivery, with an aim to helping grow the business.”
Rob Ordish joins as Senior Project Manager, and will be responsible for leading projects on the successful BMS installations side of the business. Mr Ordish brings with him over 18 years’ experience in the building controls industry, including nine years at Demma Controls as operations manager.
Mr Ordish was attracted to BGES by the company’s achievements and plans for future growth, as well as its commitment to staff development. Mr Ordish said, “BGES invests in its people at all levels of the business – that really resonates with me as I started my career on a fantastic apprenticeship scheme. I am delighted to be part of BGES as it expands its technology and service offering.”
Gareth Barber, Managing Director at BGES comments:
“We are excited to welcome Georgia and Rob into key positions within our business. We have had a very encouraging and positive period of growth over the last 3 years, and Rob and Georgia will support us as we head into new areas of opportunity.”