ITM appoints Nick Slater as Monitoring Services Director
Nick Slater becomes ITM Monitoring’s first Monitoring Services Director, leading Asset Monitoring bids and the ITM Technical Delivery Team.
Nick, who has been with ITM for 15 years, has grown with the business since originally starting out as a site technician working on HS1, before moving to a Business Development role. Having seen the business through various phases, Nick brings with him a unique insight into the Company and its workforce, having been a pivotal member of the Senior Management Team at ITM for a number of years.
Managing Director at ITM, Jon Scott stated
“It’s great to recognise Nick’s achievements and essential contribution to the ITM business over the years by making him a Director. His enthusiastic, personable, professional and dedicated approach benefits the ITM business and most importantly our clients”.
Leading from the front
In 2014 Nick spearheaded ‘Asset Monitoring’ as a delivery directive at ITM, segmenting the Company’s market into two distinct sectors; monitoring undertaken during construction and monitoring of existing assets that are being maintained. This unique approach to business development and contract delivery has seen ITM win prestigious contracts with clients including the Coal Authority, Dover Harbour Board, Severn Trent Water and Network Rail where ITM are currently delivering the Geotechnical Remote Condition Monitoring contract for Western Route valued in excess of £500K.
On being appointed to this position Nick commented,
“It’s a great privilege to be offered the position of Monitoring Services Director at ITM, where we have a tremendously experienced team who are passionate about delivering fit for purpose monitoring systems. I see this appointment as being a fantastic opportunity to work with the other Directors to further develop our range of services across both asset and construction monitoring and to maintain the high level of customer satisfaction which has been common theme throughout all my years at ITM”.