Uponor moves to Watford

Published:  03 May, 2017

Uponor, pipework, plastic, underfloor heating

Uponor, which provides sustainable solutions for heating, cooling, infrastructure and building-services applications, has moved its UK headquarters from Leicestershire to Watford. UK managing director John Fahy (pictured) says, ‘Our new headquarters provides us with space to grow and has allowed us to create a customer-experience centre where visitors can get to know our solutions first hand and gain insight into the projects we’ve helped to deliver worldwide.

Following the move, Uponor now has a 50+ strong team in the UK, including design and estimating teams in Watford and the northern office in Huddersfield, and field-based sales teams across the UK.

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