Tilbury Douglas has made several changes to its teams over the UK.
Paul Ellenor has been named because the groups regional director for Yorkshire and the North East, having started being an apprentice 35 years back.
Already leading the Yorkshire team, Ellenor will now run operations in the North East alongside his current responsibility. He’s got extensive connection with the team, market, customers and offer chain, based on the firm.
To aid Ellenor in his new role, Shaun Pearson has been appointed as operations director for exactly the same regions bringing with him an abundance of understanding of the spot and key sectors. He first joined the group in October 2021 being an operations manager for Yorkshire but will now work over the two areas.
Commenting on the appointment, managing director building north at Tilbury Douglas John Gittins, said: Having recently announced our re-establishment as a standalone major contractor, we have been focused on becoming probably the most customer-focused and productive contractor in the united kingdom.
I’m very happy to announce both of these key appointments for the Yorkshire and the North East region this can help with the continued growth of Tilbury Douglas.
The tier one contractor in addition has appointed Barry OHagan as operations director for Scotland.
OHagan, who has 25 years experience in the construction industry, brings an abundance of experience to the role, having managed main contractor and subcontractor firms. This included an almost three-year stint as construction director at cladding firm Curtis Moore.
He’s got worked in a complete selection of sectors, including residential, education, retail, leisure, transport, commercial, industrial, scientific, sports, nuclear, and defence projects.
Commenting on his new position, OHagan said: Its a thrilling time and energy to be joining Tilbury Douglas that is currently delivering projects in Scotland for key clients such as for example North Lanarkshire Council, City of Edinburgh Council, National Galleries of Scotland, and Network Rail.[The group] has some very nice opportunities ahead continuing its work in a few key sectors including life science, heritage, industrial and education. Im looking towards starting out and helping the business enterprise grow in the Scottish market.
In June, Tilbury Douglas announced it had returned to operating as a standalone contractor after fully separating from Interserve.