Pneuma Group adds four
The Middlesbrough property company has made the first appointments in a newly established construction and maintenance team.
Pneuma Group has appointed Tony Todd, John Gillan, Neil Atkinson and Paul Round to the Pneuma Property Group team, to support the residential and commercial property acquisitions Pneuma is making.
The group is the parent business of gaming business Double Eleven, and has recently acquired the Central Point office building in the town.
Working across existing properties in Pneuma Property Group’s portfolio, the new appointments bring with them a wealth of experience from project management, site supervision, on-site experience and construction qualifications, the firm said.
The team will deliver construction and maintenance works for existing residential and commercial properties and already have a fully developed pipeline of future projects.
Properties within the portfolio include Central Point and 176 Bar and Kitchen on Linthorpe Road, through to hospitality venues including the group’s high profile restaurant acquisition, SIX at Baltic.
Keith Nicholson, managing director of Pneuma Group, said the team will buoy up the group’s internal resource, adding, “We are fortunate to have such a skilled and experienced team joining the group and I’m looking forward to working with them to deliver exceptional spaces for staff and exceptional services to tenants.”
Gillan, who will work as general manager, said: “The timing is great for us to join the group and Paul, Neil, Tony and I can’t wait to get started working on the properties and projects ahead of us.”
Project and site manager Todd added: “It’s a great privilege to join the team to deliver these spaces, and I’m excited about bringing my construction and project expertise to the group and sharing my previous site experience.”