An Interview with LGH Business Development Manager: Gary Joyice


Gary Joyice


What area do you cover?

South of England – primarily London & South East but effectively Norfolk to Cornwall.


How long have you been working for LGH?

Just over 2 years


How long have you been working in the construction industry?

27 years in total (27 in lifting & height safety of which 15 also included Powered Access)


What do you like best about working for LGH? / What makes LGH so unique?

Great to be involved from the beginning of LGH’s new chapter in the UK and focusing on 100% lifting, I’m always meeting new people in a variety of sectors and I regularly hear how they have used LGH in the past and it’s always been positive. The company empowers its employees, giving them the independence to make their own decisions for the good of the company. Now an international, family owned market leader… we can continue to raise the bar.


What’s your favourite bit of kit you can hire from LGH and why?

Personally, I really get a kick out of providing customers with lifting solutions to their projects, whether it’s spreader beams or hydraulics but as always, the bigger the better.


Any interesting projects you have been involved in working at LGH?

The Natural History Museum’s project Dippy – assisting with Dippy’s tour of the UK & also assisting Thames Tideway with the development of a new method using hydraulics to minimise noise on large scale civil engineering project.


Any funny stories from your time here?

Dean’s face when he was presented with steak Tartare at last year’s Christmas party!!


Any words of wisdom you’d like to share – either in construction or in life?

Do it right 1st time.


What do you enjoy doing at weekends?

Once Kate & I have ferried the boys to their various sport clubs & parties, I enjoy Martial arts, Golf & DIY.

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