EnviroVent boosts specification team


16 March 2023
David Frimpong, left, and Andrew Firth at EnviroVent

Ventilation designer and manufacturer EnviroVent has appointed two new heads of specification to support ambitious plans in the new build sector.

Andrew Firth will cover the north and David Frimpong the south, where they will collectively lead a team of seven key account managers and a desk-based support team, providing technical and specification advice for developers and building services clients across the UK. The specification team will be backed up by EnviroVent’s integrated design and estimation specialists and engineers.

Andrew Firth has spent the last three years as a new build specification manager in the ventilation sector. He has worked within the construction industry for over 40 years providing product specification and system design advice and expertise for a number of leading manufacturers in plumbing, heating and pipeline distribution.

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David Frimpong, whose previous role was business development manager for the Genuit Group, has over 10 years’ experience in working with developers and architects in the HVAC sector.

They will focus on developing business opportunities in the new build residential market particularly in system sales, focusing on EnviroVent’s MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery), MEV (Mechanical Extract Ventilation) and DMEV (Decentralised MEV) systems.

Andrew Firth said: “In our new roles, we are aiming to increase market share with consultants, developers, M&E contractors and sub-contractors.  We will also be working closely with existing customers to offer a solution and service that exceeds market expectations.”

David Frimpong added: “The latest updates to building regulations mean a more detailed and technical approach is required to specifying the correct ventilation equipment. Our role is to work with clients to specify the right ventilation solution for their residential projects, minimising margin for error and maximising efficiency.”