Nigel joins Robertson with over 40 years' experience in the construction sector, most recently at Kier Group where he held the position of Executive Director for Construction & Infrastructure Services.

 

Leading the Robertson Construction South business his role will be to strategically develop and grow in selected markets throughout England and Wales, developing and building key relationships and transforming business strategy to deliver ambitious, profitable growth and create a strong customer focused management culture.

 

Derek Shewan, CEO of Robertson, said: "Nigel brings a wealth of construction and leadership experience to his new role. His drive and passion in forming close working partnerships with customers and providing focused solutions are traits that match Robertson's and we're delighted to have him join our team.

 

Speaking about the objectives for the business, Nigel said: "Robertson has made impressive strides in recent years despite the challenging market conditions. It has continued to win and deliver a diverse portfolio of high-profile projects across the UK, and demonstrates a strong commitment to its customers, the end users of its buildings and all its employees.   

   

"I am excited to join a family-run business that is now leading the way in so many aspects of the construction industry, from workforce development to digital construction, and I look forward to helping drive  future growth across the business."

 

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