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Workspace promotes two to Associate Director

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(L-R) Mike Puttick and Jerome Broderick

Workspace Design & Build (D&B) has promoted Jerome Broderick and Mike Puttick to the position of Associate Director, taking its directorship to five.

Jerome and Mike have both become an integral part of the Workspace family and this promotion follows a significant period of growth for the Manchester-headquartered company.

Mike Puttick joined Workspace in November 2017 as a Contracts Manager. Stepping into this new role, Mike will focus on managing and overseeing all current projects from an operations standpoint – including all project staff from Senior Contracts Managers to Sites Operatives across the portfolio.

Mike said “I am delighted to be part of this amazing company and to be able to contribute to its growth and success.

“This is an exciting challenge for me. We are working on some really prominent projects which will be interesting to manage and see grow over the coming months.”

Jerome Broderick joined the Workspace team in November 2018 as a Commercial Manager leading the Quantity Surveying team and supporting the board’s commercial strategy.

Jerome will continue to manage the QS team while overseeing and implementing new processes. With this promotion, Jerome will take an active role in both new business and staff development.

Jerome Broderick said: “I am thrilled to be joining the board of directors six months after having joined the company.”

Both Jerome and Mike are currently managing the UA92 project in Trafford Park, converting the former Kellogg’s HQ into a game-changing centre for higher education for students seeking careers in business, sport, media and psychology.

Managing Director of Workspace D&B Russell Davis said: “We are delighted to promote both Jerome and Mike. They have proved integral to our continued growth and are leading some of our major projects.

“This has already proven a big year for the company as we hit record head count and opened a Midlands operation. We are excited for what is to come.”