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Acorn Maintenance Engineering welcomes new Operations Director

07 September 2017

We are delighted to announce that Paul Franklin joined the Acorn Maintenance Engineering team on Monday 14th August as our Operations Director.

Paul will be responsible for the overall delivery of our services to our clients and beyond that, he will be working to develop and expand our operations team, reviewing business objectives and driving improvement.

Paul joins us after spending his last two years in leadership roles and brings with him fantastic leadership skills with an ability to create a high-performing integrated team committed to delivering exceptional client results.

Jon Coiley commented “I am really pleased that Paul has joined us, he will bring much energy and experience to Acorn and I am delighted that he is now part of our team.”

Paul’s appointment completes our highly experienced senior management team, selected to deliver our purpose of building trust and to very capably take the business forward for many years ahead.

Paul said “I have extensive experience in the FM field and am passionate about service excellence and maximising the client journey.

"I am looking forward to developing the current strengths and qualities that Acorn have and am also excited to meet with all our clients and building on those existing relationships.”

If you would like to find out more about Acorn Maintenance Engineering, please contact us on 01753 872597 or

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