At BGES Group we’re delighted to welcome two new industry experts to the team, to strengthen delivery of a growing number of client projects.
Terry Greeno joins BGES Group as senior project manager. He is a BMS industry veteran, with over 35 years’ experience; this includes over 16 years at Trend, latterly as regional operations manager. Terry brings to BGES a deep understanding of building controls technology – and how it can be harnessed to meet clients’ health, wellbeing and efficiency goals.
Terry said, “For me, it was important to join a company with the vision and agility to adopt new developing systems and procedures. After several conversations with the BGES team it was clear they had the same enthusiasm and drive as I have to evolve their services to meet clients’ ever-changing requirements. I am excited to be working at a company that is at the forefront of the move to healthy, low carbon buildings.”
Dan Cole joins us as Project Manager. He has 12 years in the industry, including 10 years as a commissioning engineer. Dan previously worked at Horizon Controls and has a wealth of experience across a wide range of sectors, including museum and heritage sites, where precise environmental control is essential to protect important artefacts.
Dan said, “As the UK works towards net zero, more and more companies are taking action on their building emissions. What BGES does is at the heart of this and I’m delighted to have joined at this exciting time in the industry. BGES Group offers excellent training and progression opportunities for its staff, which is really important to me, and a crucial part of their success.”
Gareth Barber, Managing Director at BGES Group said, “We are delighted to welcome Terry and Dan into key positions within the business. We are working on a wide variety of projects, and Terry and Dan bring with them a solid track record of excellence in delivery across a range of sectors.”
“We pride ourselves on exceeding client expectations and having this expertise in-house will only reinforce this.”