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Lucy Scott appointed to ChapmanBDSP Board of Directors
Lucy Scott has been appointed to the Board of Directors at ChapmanBDSP, the company announced today.
Lucy joined the buildings services and environmental consultancy in 2006 as a business development manager when the company had a turnover of £5m.
The past 12 years has seen Lucy, who was promoted to client relationship director in 2014, create a sales support team and develop new areas for the business, including its expansion into new markets and regions.
In addition to Lucy’s client focused role she has driven initiatives to improve the environment for staff and has been influential in all central services activities within the business.
Today, ChapmanBDSP has delivered world-class, sustainable projects in more than 30 countries, through 200 staff operating in five offices in the UK and the Middle East. The company posted a turnover of over £20m in 2017.
ChapmanBDSP chief executive Ray Upjohn, said: ‘On behalf of the board, I am delighted to announce that Lucy Scott has been promoted to board director. Lucy has been with us for 12 years and has had an ever-increasing influence on the business. This is a fantastic, and well deserved, achievement for the years of hard work and commitment Lucy has given to the company.’
Lucy added: ‘I am delighted to be part of this fantastic board team, especially at such an exciting time for the business. Outward facing and client profile has always been a priority as has creating the right environment internally for our people to get the best opportunities. I am looking forward to pushing the business forward with our clients and driving the emphasis on wellness and how we look after our people.’
Lucy’s appointment is effective immediately and she becomes the seventh member of ChapmanBDSP’s board team.
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