Integrity Facilities Management appoints a new head
Shirley-based Integrity Facilities Management has appointed a new head of operations to spearhead its growth.
Tony Behan, aged 48, who hails from Rubery but now lives in Solihull, has returned from Brazil to take up the position.
Mr Behan moved to Brazil in 2008 to set up specialist fire safety products consultancy Beros Equipamentos de Segurança.
Integrity Facilities Management offer consultancy solutions across a wide spectrum of disciplines, including responsive and planned maintenance, energy saving, building refurbishment, mechanical and electrical services, pest control, property management, water monitoring, roofing, insurance and gas works.
Mr Behan said: “My day-to-day role will be contract managing and running projects across our West Midlands heartland and further afield, but I’ll also be looking to add some more core teams to our books as consistency and quality of work have always been Integrity’s forte.
“Because of my background, I’ll also be implementing some exciting, new systems and what I call future-proof procedures that will help the business continue to grow and become more of a leading contractor and national player.
“I have worked with Integrity’s MD, Paul Timmins, before and we share the same passion for excellence. I’m joining a company that is ultra reliable, transparent and honest, which provides the ultimate in personal, bespoke service – and I can’t wait to get stuck in.”
Prior to Brazil, Mr Behan spent 20 successful years in the UK Fire & Rescue Services, holding a number of operational and management roles. He specialised in the command and control of incidents and was responsible for the design and implementation of a new and radical approach to incident management.
He also led research into the design and development of fire safety equipment that significantly improved operational performance and reduced costs.
Aside from his work achievements, Mr Behan is a former professional boxer and as Midlands Middleweight Champion in the late 1980s was ranked number seven in Great Britain. He is also the youngest ever regional director of the sport’s governing body, the British Boxing Board of Control.