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Aarsleff appoints new piling manager

Driven piling contractor Aarsleff has welcomed Kevin Hague as its new piling manager.

Hague, together with the rest of the senior management team, will be responsible for business development and expansion, in line with the company’s overall business plan and growth strategy.

Hague joins Aarsleff from Bauer Technologies, where he was operations manager, responsible for project delivery and international staff placement. Prior to this he was operations manager at Cementation Skanska, working within the London and major project division responsible for project delivery.

Commenting on his new role, Hague said: “When the opportunity to join the management team at Aarsleff arose, I was happy to accept and become involved in the company’s exciting plans for growth. With such a diverse range of clients and projects both nationally and in Europe, the decision was quite simple and I look forward to being part of Aarsleff’s future success.

“My past experience in the industry will hopefully open more doors to Aarsleff and help build a promising future for the business.”

Hague will be reporting directly to Chris Primett, managing director of Aarsleff, who added: “Aarsleff is on a rapid growth strategy and Kevin’s project delivery experience, especially with some of the high profile projects he’s been involved in, makes him a great addition to the team.”

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