Mace Group unveils boardroom changes
Construction firm names Mark Reynolds as new CEO
By CFOWorld.co.uk staff | CFO UK | Published 16:50, 23 November 12
Consultancy and construction firm Mace Group has announced boardroom changes including the appointment of Mark Reynolds as its new CEO.
In a statement on Friday, Mace said Mark Reynolds (pictured) will succeed Stephen Pycroft as CEO from 1 January 2013 while the latter will continue as Executive Chairman. Reynolds joined Mace in 1996 and has been Deputy CEO for three years.
Additionally in January, Mark Castle will take on the role of Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Construction and Jason Millett will take the role of Chief Operating Officer for Major Programmes and Infrastructure within the consultancy business.
Stephen Pycroft, chairman and outgoing chief executive, said 2012 had been an amazing year for the firm and that it was on track to report a turnover of £1 billion for 2012.
"This is a target we set in 2006…We have helped deliver the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games on time and well within budget. We have completed The Shard, western Europe’s tallest building and Emirates Air Line among other successes," he added.
In a statement, the incoming CEO Mark Reynolds said, "In 2013, we are bringing together our five London offices to create one global headquarters in the heart of the City of London at 155 Moorgate, which will be a fantastic hub for our people to be more innovative and drive greater efficiency throughout Mace."
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