Manchester-based interior design and fit-out company ADT Workplace has hired Jeremy Cox in the newly-created operations director role, from the same position at Ardmac.
Cox is set to oversee ADT Workplace’s business processes and technology, and will work closely with the rest of the leadership team. He will also lead and manage the project delivery team, which includes project managers, site managers, and quantity surveyors.
Of his appointment, Cox said: “ADT Workplace has a deserved reputation across the industry for providing leading workplace consultancy, and since joining the business, I’ve seen first-hand how the talented team has a true desire to exceed their clients expectations on every project.
“With such an envied reputation and dedicated team we have an exciting opportunity to capitalise on the growth opportunities presented by the market, so I’m very excited to have joined and to bee part of the team that will take ADT Workplace to the next level.”
David Clemetson, managing director of ADT, said: “Jeremy’s track record, experience and contacts in the sector are second-to-none and we are delighted to have him on board. He brings with him impressive technical, commercial and operational understanding, as well as a proven track record in building relationships and managing teams, which will all be invaluable as we continue to provide first-class workplace consultancy to our clients as well as drive forward with our refreshed business strategy and progression plans.”
Cox is the second appointment for ADT in as many months with Adrian Gleeson hired as strategy director from his previous role as director of business development for TSK.
ADT recently completed design and refurbishment works on Interactive Investor’s Manchester headquarters on Deansgate.