New recruits boost Airmaster

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Published: 01 July 2019


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From left, Airmaster's Scott Wolstenholme, Andy Benson and Adrian Gill
South Yorkshire-based mechanical services company Airmaster has announced three new appointments.

Andy Benson, who joins as finance manager, started his career in the civil service at a Jobcentre and went to work in computer-aided design for an engineering company. He stayed for 24 years, moving into finance before becoming MD. New estimator Adrian Gill began his career as an apprentice plumber, became a commercial contractor and then senior estimator for Ambitemp M&E. He is looking forward to building Airmaster's mechanical division and securing more varied work. Scott Wolstenholme joins Airmaster as a project engineer after a 21-year career with Bradley Refrigeration, starting as an apprentice on leaving school.
Airmaster MD Lisa Pogson said: “The two engineers started as apprentices, which sits well with our values. Almost 100% of the Airmaster workforce have been apprentices, including founder director Richard Pogson and five of the six senior management team. We are currently looking to build our refrigeration division with a new engineer, callouts cover and a senior engineer in contracts due to the recent promotion of our contracts manager to director.”

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