BMG appoints new project manager

Office and commercial relocation change management company, Business Moves Group (BMG), has appointed Marc Pearce as a Project Manager.

Pearce has extensive experience in moves and workplace management, with strong workplace-based design experience. Pearce depends at BMG’s Reading HQ but may also happen to be client sites over the south and midlands regions. He’ll support BMG clients with move and relocations management, and use his computer aided design (CAD) expertise to supply conceptual drawings and design development within workplace redesign projects

Pearce began his career with a significant telecoms company in 1997, where he was workplace manager in charge of the strategic management of the company’s UK office workspace. Since that time, he has supported a variety of businesses with office design and relocation projects.

Talking about his appointment, Pearce said:  “We’re on the cusp of a significant workplace revolution and it’s this exciting time to maintain the industry. So many companies are considering office redesigns because they make an effort to make the working office a destination for employees. I can’t wait to begin with and use my CAD expertise showing BMG clients the opportunities they need to reimagine their existing workplaces.”

Rachel Houghton, MD at Business Moves Group, added: “We make an effort to offer our clients a thorough service, from handling physical moves to consulting on workplace design. Marc includes a fantastic track record at work sector and his expertise will improve the support you can expect around workplace design. I’m sure he’ll become a great asset to the business quickly.”

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