Morgan Sindall Construction has bolstered its leadership team with the appointment of John Kershaw as new Area Commercial Manager for the North East and Cumbria region.
John brings with him over 35 years of experience in the construction industry, having previously worked with Morgan Sindall between 2006 and 2012, having most recently worked at Galliford Try.
The move comes at an exciting time for Morgan Sindall’s North East and Cumbria operation. Earlier this year Morgan Sindall launched its new regional office in Rotterdam House, a prominent city centre development on Newcastle’s Quayside.
The new office is a base for Morgan Sindall’s operations and projects across the North East and Cumbria. Last month, the contractor started a brand new £12m centre for leading workforce training provider TTE Technical, part of the Middlesbrough College Group.
In early June, Morgan Sindall Construction also announced it had secured a place on procurement group NEPO’s next-generation construction framework. The framework will cover a diverse range of construction projects over the next six years including new-build, extension, upgrade and refurbishment of buildings including schools, hospitals, libraries, social housing and civic facilities.
John Kershaw, new Area Commercial Manager for Morgan Sindall North East and Cumbria, said this about his appointment:
I’m joining at what is a very exciting time of growth for Morgan Sindall. The region’s potential is there for all to see and I’m excited to be at the forefront of what promises to be an important time for Morgan Sindall as the business develops in the North East and Cumbria.
The projects the team are working on demonstrate Morgan Sindall’s commitment to create inspiring places in communities across the region. I’m happy to have re-joined this brilliant company and look forward to pushing on to create lasting and sustainable developments across our region.
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