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Fastflow Group takes up key positions with the IGEM

Fastflow Group, a subsidiary of United Living Infrastructure Services, has strengthened its position as a provider of essential services to the utilities and property sectors with the appointment of two experienced staff members to Section Chairs with The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM).

Glenn Halton, Business Development Manager, has been made North West Section Chair and Tim Roff, Bid Manager, has been made Chair of the Midlands Section.

IGEM is a professional engineering institution, a registered charity which supports individuals and organisations connected with the gas industry. It has a core aim of helping all those involved with gas to achieve and maintain the highest standards of professional competence.

Tim said: “I am proud to become Chair of the Midlands Section at IGEM and look forward to meeting members and affiliates in the Midlands, continuing to do my bit for the Section, our industry and its current and future Gas Engineers and Managers.

“I would like to thank United Living for supporting my voluntary work with IGEM, who, alongside others have engaged me in interesting, challenging and fulfilling work in the energy utility and pipeline infrastructure sectors.”

Glenn said: “I am delighted to have been appointed Chairman this year and I hope to help deliver a great programme which has something for everyone working in the gas industry”.

“I’d like to thank Fastflow Energy Services Limited and Fastflow Pipeline Services, both part of the United Living Group, for continuing to support my involvement on a professional and voluntary basis with IGEM. I would also like to thank our honorary NW Secretary Shobna Mistry for her dedication to IGEM and our Senior Vice Chair Lewis Watts, who has been instrumental in arranging technical presentations from TWI and voestalpine Böhler Welding to be delivered later in the year.”

Further information on IGEM can be found here: https://www.igem.org.uk/

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