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nmcn appoints Lee Marks as new chief executive

National construction firm nmcn has appointed Lee Marks as director and chief executive.

Marks, who will start his new role in the first half of the year, joins from NG Bailey, one of the UK’s leading engineering and services business with a turnover of £573m (FY 20) and 3,200 employees, where he has been group commercial director since May 2013.

Prior to joining NG Bailey, Marks who has over 30 years’ experience working in the construction industry, was a commercial director within the building division for FTSE 250 business Galliford Try.  Additionally, he has previously held director roles for at Laing O’Rourke plc and Crown House Technologies.

Marks said: “I am delighted to be appointed as chief executive of nmcn and am very much looking forward to working with my new colleagues, customers and stakeholders to unlock the special potential of the Group. 

“nmcn is a strong business, well positioned in its chosen markets and operating in sectors that play a critical role for both the people and economy of the UK.  It is an exciting opportunity to lead the next chapter, positioning the business for sustainable future growth and delivering for all stakeholders.”

Ian Elliott, acting chairman of nmcn, commented: “We are looking forward to Marks joining the Group as CEO.  His breadth of experience, particularly commercial and end-to-end process management, and leadership skills will strengthen the Executive team and enable it to empower, support and develop our talented workforce leveraging our potential more fully. 

“We are confident that the new team under Marks’s leadership will quickly move the Group forward and rebuild value for our stakeholders.”

A further announcement confirming Marks’s commencement date will be made in due course.

Topic: Skills & workforce
Tags: construction , business , engineering , employees , nmcn


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