Revival Announces New Promotion to Board

Today Revival Group Companies, the UK’s leading disaster restoration company, announces the promotion of Des O’Connor to Board Director as it expands the senior team to support its growth.

 

During Des’ 12 years at Revival Group, he has been instrumental in building and harnessing close relationships with clients, as well as overseeing hundreds of restoration projects from small to large, including rapid drying projects to fires in Heritage properties. During his time as UK Operations Manager Des’ impressive achievements included managing Revival’s response to the surge in Cumbria during the Winter of 2015/16.

 

The promotion to Board Director will see Des focus on working together with Revival’s existing customers as well as on business development.

 

Matthew Cooper, CEO, said: “Revival’s success lays primarily with the experienced and knowledgeable people who form our team, Des is no exception. Des has been integral to the success and growth within the Revival Group and we are thrilled to have him join the Board and bring his expertise to support the company as it looks ahead to 2018.”

 

Des joined Revival Oxford in 2006 and was responsible for a team of 25 during that time. Following his success, Des then moved to a new role within the Group as UK Operations Manager where he supported all Revival Group Companies nationwide, who specialises in complete fire and flood recovery assistance providing the most technically advanced, fastest and most efficient disaster service in the UK.

 

Des, Board Director, said: “My time at Revival has to date been very rewarding, we provide a service to those who have often faced devastating damage to their home or business. Being part of a team that is excellent at restoring affected spaces quickly and efficiently has been a privilege and I am looking forward to contributing my experience and skills to the Board.”

 

The expansion of the Board is part of Revival Group Companies strategic business plan for 2018.

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