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1st April 2020 Issue no. 501
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Allegion appoints new Specification Manager for London, Southeast UK
Specialist security provider Allegion has appointed Phil Mead as Area Specification Manager for London and South East, affirming its commitment to extending support for the industry through a growing UK-wide specification division.
With more than 25 years of experience in the access control and electronic door industry, Mead brings a wealth of knowledge to the role and has been appointed specifically to oversee site visits and surveying, while helping develop solutions to significant industry challenges.
In his new capacity, Mead will meet with architects, specifiers and consultants to promote Allegion's range of products in tenders for new build and renovation projects. Additionally, he will meet with architects to complete educative presentations, including Allegion's recently launched CPD session, 'Door Hardware and Inclusive Design.'
Paul Barrows, demand creation leader UK at Allegion said, "With experience on prestigious projects such as the Houses of Parliament, and involvement in the infrastructure for the 2012 Olympics, we are pleased to welcome Phil to our specification team in the UK."
Speaking of the appointment, Mead said, "I'm excited to be joining such a renowned manufacturer and also to be working so closely with industry professionals. The CPD sessions have been a real success so far, so it is great to be delivering these sessions, as well as sharing our inspec tools with architects, specifiers and consultants."
For more information on Allegion's door solutions portfolio, please go to www.allegion.co.uk
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