John Croxford is retiring after 11 years at S I Sealy
John Croxford is retiring from his role as Principal Mechanical Engineer on Friday 27th May, after almost 11 years with S I Sealy, bringing to a close an exceptional career as a Mechanical Building Services Engineer.
John first began his career in the Building Services Industry in 1977 as an apprentice with a local engineering consultant. He joined S I Sealy in 2011 as a Senior Engineer, becoming Principal Mechanical Engineer in 2017. John has worked across all sectors over the years, delivering M&E designs and working as the lead mechanical engineer on a range of high-profile developments.
John commented, “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with S I Sealy, working on a diverse range of projects, with so many highly respected colleagues.
One of the highlights of my career has been working on the Elizabeth Tower conservation project, which commenced in 2015. This iconic building has presented a number of challenges taking into account its UNESCO world heritage status and being probably one of the most famous clocks in the world. I am very proud to have been involved with this project.
I will certainly miss so many valued colleagues, clients and friends and the excellent team spirit and support here at S I Sealy.”
David Stafford commented, “John has been an integral part of S I Sealy from the moment he joined us, and an exceptional collaborator, not just for S I Sealy but for the industry as a whole. He will be very much missed by colleagues and we would like to thank him for all the hard work and dedication over the years. We wish him a long and happy retirement.”