Once a month we ask a member of Flowcrete’s global team to share some of their insights and expertise with us. This month we talked to Flowcrete UK’s newly appointed Specification Manager for the South East region, Mark Meyers.
1. Where do you foresee the growth in the industry over the next five years?
I foresee a lot of growth based on applications from The Euclid Group portfolio, as this has created a very strong brand name that offers a one-stop solution to the market.
2. What has been the biggest flooring challenge you have had to overcome?
Working on the Emirate’s Stadium at Tarmac, where I started to understand the benefits and tools of the specification process.
3. Is there a flooring project you’ve seen that has particularly impressed you?
Each project varies, however when I was researching information about Flowcrete before my interview, I was particularly impressed with their involvement in the construction of one of Europe’s biggest shopping developments in Westfield, London. After reading the case study, I visited the mall to understand the Flowcrete brand.
4. What has been the major game changer in your career?
After working in the construction industry for the last 15 years with various manufacturers, I feel that now, after my time at Tarmac, I can use my experience and challenge myself further at Flowcrete. It’s a new era with exciting times ahead and I look forward to learning from my peers internally and externally.
5. What’s your number one piece of advice for someone going through the flooring specification process?
From our side of the fence its important to always listen to the client’s needs, budget and expectations of the project.
If you’d like to get in touch with Mark or any of the guys at Flowcrete UK just click here (or leave a comment below, we’ll make sure he gets it).