2nd Apr 2019
Growth Plans Lead to Two New Recruits for Blueprint Interiors
We’re very happy to announce the appointment of two new recruits. Chris Baker has joined us as a technical designer and Ady Hurry as a contracts manager.
Having bolstered our workforce already this year, Ady and Chris will help us to meet our ambitious growth objectives, and in doing so continue the delivery of quality design, fit-out and workplace consultancy services on all of our future projects.
Chris Baker, joins us as a technical designer to support the design and contracts team on technical aspects of projects, as well as liaising with on-site contractors to provide full technical package specifications for them to work from. He joins us having held a number of previous positions in the residential interior design sector.
Ady Hurry has been appointed in a contracts manager position and will help us plan and deliver projects to ensure clients receive a smooth and quality service. Ady joins the Blueprint team having been a contracts manager at Phoenix Digital and Butler & Willow.
When asked why they wanted to join Blueprint Interiors, Chris said, “Blueprint is a very approachable company to be a part of. Their aims of becoming the go-to firm in the Midlands for the best workplace design and consultancy is one that particularly excites me and I relish being part of a friendly and fully-inclusive team.”
“The image that Blueprint promotes is the kind of ethos I am keen to embody myself. They work on so many interesting design and fit out projects and I’m really looking forward to help play my part in shaping the future of the company.”
Rob Day, our Founder and Chairman said, “As a growing business with an expanding client base it is important that we do not let any additional workload affect the quality of our service or cause the management team to lose focus on its strategic objectives. These appointments will help us ensure that we continue to create bespoke workplaces that inspire people to be happier, motivated, and more productive.”