Food and drink capital projects experts Integrated Food Projects, has announced a new addition to its senior leadership team to support with the continued success of the business and significant growth in 2018.
Paul Hanson joins the Leicestershire-based company as head of construction, with more than 15 years experience as a project manager in the Food and Drink sector, and leading multi-million pound capital project schemes.
Bringing experience from a range of roles, Paul has most recently worked as a multi discipline project manager. His other roles have included, building and civil engineering manager, design coordinator and contract administrator across the food, beverages, brewing and advanced manufacturing sectors.
At Integrated Food Projects, Paul will lead his team on construction projects, focussing on design and implementation, quality, and assisting with the key strategic delivery of the best solutions for clients.
Speaking about his new role, Paul said: “I am extremely happy to be working with Integrated Food Projects, the prospect of assisting with, and developing new ways to grow the building and civil delivery capabilities of the core business and its live projects, is really exciting, and I can’t wait to get stuck in.
“I was first attracted to the company’s culture and its impressive client base, I feel that in this role I will really be able to show my ability and have a real influence on the business during a period of expected growth.”
Matthew Carr, client solutions director at Integrated Food Projects, is delighted about welcoming Paul to the team:
“With Paul’s experience, I have no doubt that he will add real value to the team. His first project is a significant one for the business, and I trust it is in safe hands. Paul will be key to delivering future projects and will be helping us to develop our in-house design offering.”
Integrated Food Projects, which was established in 2002, delivers and manages investment strategies, helping manufacturers throughout their particular process from initial analysis and design to implementation and transition.
For further details visit: www.integratedfoodprojects.com.