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Management reshuffle at Morgan Sindall

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Morgan Sindall has completed an internal reorganisation aimed at focusing on specific market sectors.

The new team will continue to be led by infrastructure managing director Nick Fletcher.

The new line-up will see highways and general civils led by Bill Gifford. Rail will be led by Michael Turner on an interim basis. Paul Gott will lead major projects and Simon Smith will lead utility services. Keith Cannin will lead aviation.

Two directors are leaving the company; highways director Gary Crisp and rail director Neil Barnes.

A company spokesperson said: “Morgan Sindall has a very strong track record in infrastructure and we see significant potential to grow our business further. We have a very strong leadership team in this field, supported by experienced and dedicated teams, which gives us great confidence in our future prospects.

“We have reorganised some roles within the business to allow us to best focus on growing our market share in our chosen sectors – aviation, highways and general civils, rail, tunnelling and utility services.”

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