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Aliva expands Warrington office with continued sales growth

Aliva expands Warrington office with continued sales growth

"Alivas Northern expansion comes at a pivotal time for the company. "
Justin Price, sales dirctor, Aliva UK

Architectural finishes expert Aliva UK has expanded its Warrington office in line with development plans for business in the North.

The UK leader in facades and interior finishes brings Christian Price onto the team as a Sales Estimator, while Jan Astall comes on board as Sales Co-ordinator. They join Justin Price, Sales Director and Ben Edmondson, Technical Manager at the Northern office in Stretton near Warrington.

"Aliva’s Northern expansion comes at a pivotal time for the company," said Justin Price. The new staff will support a range of large-scale projects, including a multi-million-pound contract in Salford to install striking ceramic and rainscreen cladding on the luxury 24-storey X1 development, and the renovation of the 1960s Fabric House tower block in Cheadle Hulme, with a new brick slip and render design.


Astall will, provide a pivotal role to Aliva’s UK sales team and keep the Northern office running efficiently. She has extensive experience in client services and sales support.

With five years of experience at leading render and cladding manufacturers, Price will be responsible for generating high quality, accurate and detailed design packages and costing estimates.

The Aliva team has also recently completed a ‘golden gateway’ for Europe’s biggest retail park at Edge Lane in Liverpool.  Other notable Northern projects include the award winning curved insulated render for the Moneypenny Headquarters in Wrexham, and the gold aluminium mesh Grafton Street car park in Manchester.



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