Parkside has announced the appointment of Steve Lacey, Karl Reeves and Andy Habbick

September 2018

Parkside, the contemporary porcelain, ceramic and natural stone tile specialists, has announced the appointment of Steve Lacey, Karl Reeves and Andy Habbick.  These additions strengthen the company’s existing sales team, bringing additional experience and expertise in the architectural specification sector.

Steve Lacey joins as Sales & Design Director. Previously a Director at Swedecor, Lacey has established a significant portfolio of key clients and major projects throughout his career as well as managing and developing sales teams. Steve has extensive experience in working throughout the supply chain to ensure availability of materials for one-off projects and client build programmes and has specialist swimming pool knowledge.

Karl Reeves takes up the position of Architectural Consultancy Manager. He has worked his entire career in the tile and ceramic industry, most recently with Swedecor. Reeves has an in- depth knowledge of specifying tiles for swimming pools.

Andy Habbick also joins Parkside as Architectural Consultancy Manager.  Habbick began specialising in architectural, trade and specification sales in 1998 when he joined Swedecor. While here, he became Southern Sales Manager and later Company Sales Manager, working closely with architects, designers and key clients.  More at W: www.parkside.co.uk.

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