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Keltbray appoint new commercial director

Jason Gibbons

Company strengthens its Built Environment division with appointment of Jason Gibbons 

KELTBRAY, UK specialists in construction, demolition, decommissioning and remediation services, have further strengthened their Built Environment team with the appointment of Jason Gibbons as commercial director. 

Mr Gibbons has over 30 years’ experience in the construction sector, including commercial leadership roles with Ernest Ireland (Mowlem), Sir Robert McAlpine and more recently, Multiplex.

Mr Gibbons is a chartered quantity surveyor (MRICS), has an MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, and is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). He will work closely with Michael O’Hagan, managing director of Keltbray’s Built Environment unit, and will report directly to Peter Suchy, group commercial director. 

Mr Gibbons will also form a close functional relationship with Rob Smith, who holds an equivalent role in the Infrastructure division, as part of the Group’s ‘One Keltbray’ strategy to support business growth and to further develop its commercial and operational activities.  

Commenting on the recent appointment, Darren James, chief executive officer of Keltbray, said: ‘I am delighted that Jason is joining Keltbray at this important time for the Group, as we progress the implementation of our strategy for sustained growth at pace. Jason has an impressive record of strong and collaborative commercial leadership working in a variety of sectors, and is highly regarded by our customers, particularly in the built environment arena. 

‘His experience of major schemes alongside his knowledge of self-delivery will be instrumental in strengthening our ability to deliver high-value engineering solutions that create enhanced value for our stakeholders.’

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