At Twickenham with Free Air Services


14 March 2016
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At Twickenham - L to R: Will Hawkins (editor), Richard Gladman (Free Air), Dave Ward, Matthew Titchner, Michael Prosser and David Wren
One of the joys of working in this industry is the social side of it. Richard Gladman,from Free Air Services, invited ACR Journal editor, Will Hawkins' to Twickenham with a group of his clients to watch England play Wales in the Six Nations Championship. It was a great result for the English.

Will caught up with Richard who he first met when he was with LG. Here is Richard's news:
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Richard Gladman from Free Air Services hands out the match tickets
​“I’ve moved back into my specialist field of FM and heading up a new team of highly specialist engineers to cater for varied clients requirements all over the south east and northern home counties. We are taking on board a new digital platform to enable us to perform more effectively and will be relaunching the business platform in the next 8 weeks consisting of a re-brand and new website that will be both interactive for clients and engineers. 
“I will miss my colleagues at LG and I certainly gained a huge amount of experience in my time with both LG and Daikin. However my passion is FM [Facilities Management] and contracts, which is where I believe I can make a real difference 
“It’s really exciting times ahead for Freeair Limited, both Lee Robinson (Managing Director) and Tom Cottrell (Operations Director) are fully behind the plans to re-brand/relaunch. We have set out a business plan that will see the three main areas of the business grow steadily over the next few years and expand with demand.”
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Post-match - L to R: Will Hawkins, Rahim Virani, Richard Gladman, James Childs, Matthew Titchner, Michael Prosser, Dave Ward and David Wren.
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The match is over and the Triple Crown is about to be presented to England
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