Stroma has appointed a new Managing Director of Building Control. David Allen will be joining the building energy performance business. Stroma was established in 2002 and is a market leader. The company focuses on delivering a service to both the construction and energy sectors that support performance, sustainability and compliance.
It is thought that Stroma have recruited David Allen in order to lead their plans for expansion within the market. Allen will be a great new asset for the company as he starts his new role with 32 years’ experience of the building control sector.
David Allen has previously worked as the Managing Director at Butler and Young Approved Inspectors. It is said that he has a respected reputation within the industry and is known to be pragmatic as well as customer focused in his work. Allen has built up a variety of experiences in the Local Authority Building Control, and David has also spent 18 years working as part of the private approved inspector building control firms.
Over the past 18 months Stroma has managed to complete three major acquisition. These acquisitions have all taken place within the building control industry and shows Stroma’s commitment to expansion. The company acquired Greendoor Building Control in 2015, and this was followed by the Approved Design Consultancy and the BBS Building control acquisitions which took place last year.
The appointment of David Allen is vital for the business’ strategy in regards to improving their provisions for customers as well as maintaining the same high standard of service across the UK. Allen’s new role will require him to integrate the three acquired building control companies in to Stroma services. These three CIC Approve Inspector companies will now join the other individual companies that operate under the broader Stroma group in order to deliver services across the construction and energy industries as well as the Group’s services within building control, compliance, certification and software sectors.