Drp expands technical team

Drp has expanded its technical services team with the appointment of a technical warehouse manager, in addition to two live event show technicians.

Members of the tech team
Members of the tech team

As a technical warehouse manager, Richard Fitzgerald will be managing the technical warehouse team at drp's head office. He has over ten years’ experience, having worked previously at Aventeq Limited, Central Presentations Limited and AT Communications.

Sam Bailey has been in the technical equipment industry for more than ten years, with experience in lighting, digital projection, rigging, and networks. Previous projects include Farnborough Air Show, T in the Park, and the launch for the new Samsung VR Headset. He has worked with worldwide DB Systems where he specialised in visual equipment and networks, and will be utilising this knowledge in his new role as live event show technician.

Sam Dougan also joins as live event technician and will be working with clients helping them to achieve their concepts and ideas onsite.

Commenting on the team’s expansion, Dale Parmenter, group CEO at drp, said: "Drp has been significantly growing organically across all divisions in the business over the past few years, further reinforcing our true multi-channel offering. Our clients’ demands have increased substantially, and it is vital to reflect this expansion by investing in our teams, to sustain effective capacity, capability, and effective solutions."

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