A typical day would be reviewing drawings and managing panels for processing. With press and folding, it is essential to check and double check drawings. This is so that settings are correctly inputted into the machine, as errors can be costly and time consuming. When needed it is not unusual for me jump on the fork lift, moving the metal materials around the warehouse and preparing for dispatch.
The variety of jobs that Bailey get involved in are genuinely interesting, so when a new project comes in, you can’t help but be intrigued.
It’s all about detail with my job, inputting the correct data is essential. If you’re a degree out it really does make a difference, particularly on site. This is a challenging exercise that requires me to double check everything, but it helps me to stay focused.
You should have the ability to look at the detail. Some might call it OCD but it really is a desire to seek perfection, with the aim of not having products returned.
Most people call me Andy. And less formally, most of my friends call me Barrie.
Sorry I am traditional, but you can’t beat sausage, mash and gravy.
1. A continuous stream of music, any sort.
2. A convertible pitch for cricket and football
3. Can’t do without my blanket, I like to be comfortable when I sleep.
My life at the weekends revolves around my local sports club, Billingshurst, where I play football and cricket. The rest of the time is spent with my girlfriend.
I truly would love to travel throughout Asia, which I suspect will have to be done soon, as my next ambition is to get married and have kids.
Thailand is one of the locations I would love to visit on my Asian tour – but I am greedy and would also like to go to Croatia, Australia and then America!