Morgan Sindall managing director Graham Shennan has been made redundant after 12 years at the contractor.
The Rugby-headquartered firm – which this month warned of problem projects in its infrastructure and construction division – said it was creating “a more efficient company”.
Shennan joined Morgan Sindall in 2002 and took on his current role when the group merged its construction and infrastructure divisions in 2010.
Morgan Sindall said design and buildings chief Pat Boyle and infrastructure leader Nick Fletcher would now report directly to chief executive John Morgan.
A spokesperson said: “We’ve taken a detailed look at how we run the construction and infrastructure division in order to create a more efficient company for growth.
“Pat and Nick are working closely together to deliver complex, integrated projects for our clients, which draw on our construction and infrastructure expertise. As a result of these changes, the role of managing director of Morgan Sindall has been made redundant and Graham Shennan has left the business.”
Morgan Sindall told the City last week that its 2014 performance had suffered from project overruns, cost inflation, and even a fire on site.