Pete started his working life in construction as a trainee carpenter and co-founded Pantera Carpentry in 1998. He has over 20 years construction experience and has held other positions in Banking, Sales and Media. Peter attended London Guildhall University and has a 1st class degree. He has also completed the Advance Management Programme at Ashridge Business School.
As the Senior Executive within the business he is responsible for new business strategy and growth, as well as leading the Management Team.
Health & Safety Director
After co-founding Pantera Carpentry in 1998, it's sister company, Pantera Wardrobes was launched in 2010. Rob has a NEBOSH Construction Certificate qualification and is a Tech member of IOSH as Pantera's Director for Health and Safety. Rob is continuing his health and safety training studying for his NVQ Level 5.
Tony joined Pantera Wardrobes in 2012 as Operations Manager. He had already worked for Pantera Wardrobes freelance on designs and construction drawings and as the business grew he was offered the Operations Manager role.
Tony had spent 12 years working with WSP and was head of a team responsible for heating and ventilating design. He has a HND in Building Services and with his vast knowledge of CAD and construction drawings, he has quickly become an invaluable asset to the company. He is responsible for all operational stages from design and tendering to installation and handover together with the management of his site and office teams.
Since joining Pantera Wardrobes Tony has developed many of the systems and procedures that make the company the success that it is.
Karen (ACMA, CGMA) joined Pantera in 2011. she previously worked for Reuters from 1992-2003 as Cost Accountant and is AAT & CIMA qualified. Karen is responsible for all areas of financial reporting working closely with the Managing Director and Operations Director.
Stefka joined Pantera Wardrobes in 2015. She has a BA (Hons) degree in Interior Design and a fantastic enthusiasm for wardrobe design. Stefka works on initial designs with our manufacturing software which she then develops to detailed CAD drawings for our project teams to work from.
Mark first started working with Pantera Carpentry in 2005. Due to his excellent carpentry skills, knowledge of the building industry and attention to detail, he became a natural choice to lead the site element of the wardrobe business as it developed. Since the first wardrobe contract in 2008, Mark has been involved on every project ranging from 1 Luxury 6 bed mansion to project installing over 250 at a time.
Mark has an extensive knowledge of the products we supply and a solution for any problem that arises whilst building new homes.
NVQ Level 3 Carpentry
NVQ Level 2 Bench Joinery