August 15, 2019

Nationwide interior design and fit-out business Claremont has announced the appointment of three new directors to the board.

Natalie Davies, Richard Brook and Patrick Ames have all been made directors as part of Claremont’s strategy to empower the business’s next generation of leaders.

All three have been with the business for more than 10 years and will continue to work largely in their respective fields.

Natalie will drive Claremont’s new business pipeline and take responsibility for the marketing, business development and workplace consultancy teams, Richard will continue to oversee all projects and manage project delivery teams and costs, and Patrick will nurture and manage key account relationships as well as support the business development process.

Tim Frankland, managing director of Claremont said: “These new directorships not only represent the enormous hard work and commitment all three have shown to Claremont, but our focus on really developing our staff.

“Natalie, Richard and Patrick are without question a big part of the future of Claremont and we are delighted to have them on the board as we look to improve the business and ensure its longevity .”

The Warrington-headquartered business is currently on-site delivering 100,000 sq ft of office space across the UK including London, Leeds and Bristol.

Claremont is one of the UK’s leading office interior design, fit-out, furniture and technology companies and delivers workplaces that motivate and inspire. Delivering projects across the UK from its Warrington, and Bristol offices, Claremont offers a full range of commercial and office interior solutions for medium and large organisations in the private and public sectors. This includes workplace analysis and consultancy, office space planning and interior design, fit-out, refurbishment, office relocation, furniture supply and installation as well as the integration of audio visual, multimedia and wireless technology into corporate and education environments.

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