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Tony Douglas quits BAA for Laing O'Rourke

Tony Douglas, BAA Divisional Director and Chief Executive of Heathrow Airport is leaving the company to join the Laing O'Rourke Group as its Chief Operating Officer. Tony has been with BAA for nine years in a number of senior roles.
Stephen Nelson, Chief Executive Officer BAA, said: 'Tony's outstanding achievement for BAA had been the development of Terminal 5, one of Europe's largest building projects, which remains on time and on budget. He has also secured outline planning permission for a new terminal, Heathrow East.I would like to thank Tony for his tremendous contribution and wish him every success in his new role.'Mark Bullock, Managing Director of Heathrow, assumes responsibility for the running of the airport.

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