Having left college with outstanding engineering grades Mark started working in the plant and tool hire industry and was soon running a workshop in Biggleswade dealing with customer repairs and answering their questions on a daily basis.
Ten years later Mark was approached by Balfour Beatty, a global conglomerate and joined their railway business. This position included looking after a Council contract in Bedfordshire for many years until Balfour Beatty sold that part of the business in 2014.
Already aware of Mark’s capabilities, he was quickly moved onto the Network Rail contract where he looked after two depots. Each day as he was driving home Mark’s inquisitive nature kept him wondering what this new building was on his doorstep just outside Clapham.
Mark soon discovered it was Club Towers, a health and racquets club. Realising he wanted a career change and a new challenge to fire up his interest, his experience and enthusiasm secured the position of Maintenance Manager and Mark is now looking forward to passing on his skills to a new generation.
Mark’s objective in his new position is to maintain to an exceptionally high standard the building, grounds and equipment for this fantastic facility in Clapham for the benefit of the company and its members. He will constantly be keeping on top of the maintenance and would welcome any feedback being logged with Reception or to him in person, if something has been overlooked, so it can be rectified promptly.
Mark is married to Diane, has two sons and has spent most of his life living in Clapham.
Mark has already signed up all of his family as members at the club and is planning to spend many happy hours of leisure time with them here playing tennis, taking a swim or relaxing in the restaurant.
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