Joe Rose Steps into New Role at Big Foot Systems


Sussex-based firm Big Foot Systems, who leads the way in non-penetrative rooftop support solutions, is delighted to announce the appointment of Joe Rose as Technical Marketing Manager.

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Joe has been with Big Foot for three and a half years and was previously Regional Specification Manager at Big Foot Systems – London & South East.  In this role he provided support solutions for plant and associated services on flat roofs working with construction professionals along the supply chain, from architects to contractors.

Joe’s new role will involve managing all the technical and marketing functions of Big Foot Systems providing solutions for its customers throughout the world.

Dan Rushton, UK Commercial Manager said: “We are delighted with Joe’s new role within Big Foot Systems. Joe has a vast experience in product development and construction which we plan to put to good use in his new role. This will help ensure Big Foot Systems continues to provide the most innovative products. Joe’s practical experience of solving problems on construction sites has given him a great deal of valuable insight into what our customers require to complete projects with reduced risk and lead times.”

Joe Rose, Technical Marketing Manager at Big Foot Systems said: “I trained as a Product Design Engineer at University and innovation is a key driver for me. It has always been a priority of mine to ensure businesses I work for stay ahead of their competition through innovation, my new role will allow me to pay a key role in this process at Big Foot. Although innovation is only one part of the picture, service levels are also key to ensuring our customers receive designs and deliveries to hit deadlines. Experience gained on site means I have the understanding to drive our service levels and further improve turnaround.”

Looking to the future Joe added that customers should expect more from Big Foot in 2015: “Our design service is second to none and I believe there is no other flat roof support manufacturer that can match our field sales representatives and design team in providing technical solutions within tight lead-times. Meanwhile, 2015 will also see Big Foot launch a raft of new products which will solve real problems experienced daily on construction sites.”

Despite the construction downturn Big Foot has doubled its core business every year for the last four years and it is set for further growth. The company’s non-penetrative support solutions offer huge benefits when compared to traditional methods.

Big Foot Systems’ support solutions are easy and quick to assemble delivered in a unique flatpack design. To ensure the correct support solution for each project, Big Foot provides a professional service with technical support underpinned by 3D CAD and a full quotation facility, offering custom made one-off solutions.

Big Foot Systems’ products and systems are quick and easy to install ensuring project cost and time clarity, thus reducing the need for complex, time-consuming and expensive detailing. Offering improved roof aesthetics, Big Foot Systems provides engineered solutions that are innovative in design, robust and repeatable. Big Foot combines market leading products and services, which include system design and on-site support. Available to install in all weathers utilising familiar componentry, all systems are designed with safety, security and simplicity in mind. Finally Big Foot Systems offers short manufacture and delivery lead times to help a project meet its schedule and stay within budget.

For further information on all products and services offered by Big Foot Systems email: enquiry@bigfootsupport.com or telephone 01323 844355.

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