The PCH Manufacturing team have their best networking smiles on today, Wednesday 4 October, at the Constructing Excellence South West Housing Summit.
The annual event is set to be visited by hundreds of housing industry professionals from housing associations to private developers, contractors and landlords throughout the region.
It is packed with a host of excellent speakers and visitors are encouraged to network with each other at Exeter’s Sandy Park venue.
Steve Durham, Sales and Marketing Manager, is representing PCH Manufacturing at the event and speaking to housing and construction professionals about everything from our quality FD30 and FD60 fire door sets, to our cutting-edge PVCu factory with the capacity to manufacture over 400 pieces per week.
He said: “We want to raise the profile of PCH Manufacturing amongst the housing sector as we have a range of products that professionals working in the sector will most definitely be interested in. I’ll be aiming to highlight the work of our highly skilled Joinery and metal fabrication units in particular, which are equipped to deliver wood and metal solutions for large developments as well as one-off building and restoration projects.”
Steve will also be talking to other visitors about the large-scale signs PCH Manufacturing can create, which are ideal for hoardings and way-finding on development sites.
Louise Turner, Head of PCH Manufacturing, said: “We’ve had a great year at PCH Manufacturing and that’s because of our excellent partnership working with regional housing and construction organisations on various projects throughout the South West.
“The Constructing Excellence South West Housing Summit is a fantastic way to network with our existing customers and potentially meet some new ones. It’s a brilliant event that brings together like-minded professionals, with the ultimate aim of tackling housing issues. As our parent company is a large social housing landlord, our customers appreciate we are uniquely positioned to understand their needs and deliver products and services to suit them, whilst investing back into homes in the region.”
PCH Manufacturing is a trading-arm of Plymouth Community Homes and any profits we make are reinvested into social and affordable housing in the region, making us a manufacturer with a social purpose.
Just some of PCH Manufacturing’s current clients include MiSpace, DCH, Galliford Try, Ryearch and Kier Living.
If you didn’t catch up with Steve at the event, give him a call on 0800 111 4328 or email email@example.com