Roy Brumpton retires from Honeywell

CentraLine, Honeywell
A prime mover in developing the CentraLine by Honeywell systems installer network in the UK, Roy Brumpton, has recently retired.

CentraLine senior account manager Roy Brumpton has retired after a combined service with Honeywell of over 38 years.

Roy began his career in 1977 as a commissioning engineer with Honeywell South Africa. Moving back to the UK in 1984 he worked in various engineering and sales roles in Building Solutions, Honeywell’s contracting group, Roy moved to the products business in 1992.

Developing and working with some of the most prominent systems installers in the south of England, Roy Brumpton is one of the most respected account managers in the building-controls industry and is recognised within Honeywell as a major contributor to the success of CentraLine.

Roy Brumpton served his apprenticeship in industrial measurement and control engineering with the Esso oil company.

It is this solid grounding as a controls engineer, combined with a wide experience of mechanical-engineering applications and building-management systems, that has earned him the respect of his customers and colleagues in Honeywell.

He has promoted and supported the adoption of the Niagara Hawk AX integration controller to an expanding CentraLine Partner network and supported the industry as a whole with his development and delivery of numerous CPD training sessions (continuous professional development) including open protocols and network architecture.

Jim Sword, CentraLine sales manager, said, Roy retired from Honeywell at the end of March, and I am sure his colleagues and friends in the building-controls industry will join myself in wishing him a long and well deserved happy retirement.’

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