Roger Bullivant announces strategic restructure to boost profits

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Award-winning Foundation Engineering company, Roger Bullivant (RB), has announced the strategic restructure of two regional offices to boost business profits and accelerate its strategic transformation.

The Southern region will spearhead operations in the South West and South East areas. Combining the two regions will simplify operations, enhance profitability, and drive growth in order to meet customer needs by providing innovative solutions in the rapid evolving residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

Southern Area Manager, Andy Preece said: “The Southern team have in-depth knowledge and expertise in the market and has an extensive portfolio of flagship projects across all sectors. Over the years, we have developed a responsive, personable, and extremely engaged team that is passionate about the kind of company growth that comes as a result of satisfying our clients needs”.

Southern Business Development Manager, Paul Wearing adds “2022, is already looking to be a very exciting year for us and we have already secured an extensive pipeline of works for 2023 thanks to our in-house capabilities and well-established reputation for providing cost-effective and innovative foundation solutions”.

This year, the new series of RB Breakfast Club events launches on 5th October 2022 with the first event being staged at DoubleTree by Hilton Newbury North.

The 2-hour event brings together construction professionals from all sectors to network and gain up-to-date knowledge of RB’s cutting-edge technology innovations, unparallel expertise and an overview of what RB has to offer over complimentary breakfast.

For all enquires please contact or call 0845 8381801.

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