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New roles for Costain heads as company reorganises into two divisions

Costain managing directors Alan Kay and Darren James are taking on new and expanded roles following a company reorgainsation.

Alan Kay, previously managing director of the firm’s environment division, and who has just completed the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School, will take on the new role of group technical & operations director to drive innovation, operational and engineering excellence across the Group.

Darren James’ remit as managing director of the firm’s infrastructure division has been expanded to include all power sector activities.

A new natural resources division will operate alongside the infrastructure division and will encompass the firm’s water, oil & gas and nuclear decommissioning sectors. It will be led by managing director Mark Rogerson. Rogerson joined Costain from Serco earlier this year and has been promoted from his previous role of chief development officer.

Charles Sweeney, previously managing director of energy & process, has left the firm.

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