Fellows team grows with the arrival of Paul Vickers

Paul-Vickers-Fellows-Business-Development-Manager.jpgHampshire-based Fellows continue to grow following the arrival of new team member Paul Vickers in the role of Business Development Manager.

With over 15 years of working in construction, Paul has an in-depth knowledge of how the industry works, from main contractor level right down to on site works, meaning Fellows clients will benefit from his ability to understand, adapt and tailor services to their particular needs. 

Prior to his roles within construction, Paul’s experience ranges throughout the security sector covering both the UK and European markets.

Talking about the appointment Fellows General Manager, Andy Ward, said: “We’re delighted to have added Paul to the Fellows team. In addition to his complementing background in the construction, security and maritime industries he is a proven business development professional.”

Experts in risk management for unexploded ordnance, Fellows is playing a vital role in safeguarding commercial projects on land and at sea. For over two decades, it has supported the construction industry with risk assessments, site surveys and clearance.

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