Tang Interiors, the rapidly growing fit out and refurbishment specialist, is looking forward to a bumper 2019 after appointing three new senior managers to the team.

With more than 35 years’ experience under his belt, Adam Mattimoe has been appointed contracts manager for Tang Interiors, joining from Bowmer and Kirkland, where he was senior projects manager. Before that, Adam was contracts manager at DWG, where he worked with Carl Hubbard – director of operations at Tang Interiors.

“I jumped at the chance to resurrect my working relationship with Carl,” he said. “I’ve seen how Tang Interiors has quickly established itself as a leading fit-out company and has already secured a number of high profile projects. I’m happy to join the company at a time when it promises to be a very exciting journey.”

Adam, who specialises in fit outs for the commercial and leisure sectors, will oversee the delivery of all live projects for Tang Interiors to ensure they are delivered on time, within budget and to meet the quality and expectations of the client.

Meanwhile, commercial manager Stuart Clark joins Tang Interiors from Reirse Ryan, where he held the position of quantity surveyor. He has spent 15 years in the construction industry and will manage the costs for all projects. Stuart has also worked previously with Carl Hubbard and Adam Mattimoe.

“I’m looking forward to joining a young business that is making its mark in this highly competitive industry by carrying out high-quality schemes on time and within budget,” he said.

The third appointee is Kennedy Farrall, who is site manager and will be responsible for the day-to-day running of projects. He has six years’ industry experience and joins from Rhino Interiors, where he was also site manager.

“I was keen to join the ambitious Tang Interiors team and help it progress and grow,” he said. “It’s achieved so much in just a year and it can only get better.”

Carl Hubbard said the first year of business at Tang Interiors had surpassed all expectations and its growth plans were being accelerated to meet industry demand. He said the company will kick off 2019 with three new projects starting in the first week of January, which is unusual for the industry.

“We’ve undertaken a number of prestigious projects and have recently secured our biggest project yet – a £2.5 million category A strip out and fit out at Lyndon House in Edgbaston,” he said.

“It’s great to be working with Adam and Stuart again and to have fresh talent in Kennedy as he continues to develop his career with us. Investing in the future success of the company means having the right people in place and we are excited to welcome our newest recruits.”

Tang Interiors provides turnkey fit out projects for the commercial, retail, restaurant and hospitality sectors; creating inspirational spaces for landlords, private companies and building consultancy teams.

For more information about Tang Interiors visit www.tanginteriors.com 

PHOTOGRAPH: (L to R) Tang Interiors’ new recruits Adam Mattimoe, Kennedy Farrall and Stuart Clark