Pat leads Morgan Sindall Construction, a division of Morgan Sindall Group plc. He joined the business in 2014 having spent a number of years in senior leadership roles at tier one contractors.
What we deliver for our customers is about much more than just the buildings we create, with a focus on doing business responsibly and enhancing the communities in which people live, learn, work, play, care and protect. Pat champions this purpose, and drives the business to achieve its vision of being the most sought-after and sustainable business in our industry.
Pat is also personally very passionate about having a business in which our people can be themselves and fulfil their potential, and he continues to promote an inclusive culture which encourages diversity and embraces difference.
Pat is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and is involved in several programmes to support not only sustainable growth in the construction industry, but those with a particular focus on the people behind the projects. He is a Trustee of the Pagabo Foundation, which raises awareness of mental health and wellbeing for those working in construction.
Our team is passionate about improving the lives of the people in our local communities. So whilst we build great buildings for our customers and their end users, we’re committed to delivering much more than that. Whether that’s investing in social value projects to support growing communities, inspiring the next generation through work experience programmes, or spending time to help our customers settle into their new surroundings, our legacy reaches well beyond our time on site.Close
Oliver is a Chartered Accountant with over twenty years’ experience in finance and operational roles across a number of industries, most recently as Finance Director for RMD Kwikform. Prior to this he held senior Finance roles with Aggregate Industries and Compass Group in the UK & Ireland.Close
Martin started his career as a mechanical engineer, moving into a safety, health and environment role soon after completing his apprenticeship. He joined the business in 2001. His experience across the Morgan Sindall group of companies ranges from special works to major projects and design, predominantly in the UK, but with a period of time spent working in mainland Europe. Martin is NEBOSH qualified and oversees the management of health, safety and environment for the Construction business, championing Morgan Sindall Construction’s 100% Safe strategy. With a detailed knowledge of legislation, guidance and industry best practice, he also helps support and develop initiatives within the wider Construction Industry, most notably as Vice Chair of the Construction Health & Safety Group and as an active member of a number of industry-led mental health forums.
High health and safety standards on our projects make the difference between a bad day and a great day. Being safe is of paramount importance to all at Morgan Sindall Construction, and it is critical that our people, from our employees to our supply chain and all those affected by our activities including customers, end users and the community are 100% Safe.Close
Simon joined the business in 2014 as head of procurement for Morgan Sindall Group plc, and later became the procurement & supply chain director for Construction, as well as leading the HR, learning and development and communications teams prior to taking on his current role as managing director.
Simon has spent his career working in increasingly senior procurement, supply chain and general management roles in tier one construction companies and large businesses such as Rolls-Royce plc and Royal Mail Group.
The North is a vibrant market, where we’ve proven that great things can be achieved through collaboration with local authorities, framework partners, developers and other key stakeholders.Close
“The team are passionate about developing intelligent solutions and delivering fantastic projects for our customers, whilst enhancing the communities in which they live and work.
Starting his career as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Sean joined the team in 2016 from another tier one contractor where he held managing director roles for the Central and Northern Home Counties regions.
Sean leads the Morgan Sindall Construction Central & West business unit, which covers projects from the Midlands, Thames Valley, through to Wales and throughout the South West of the UK. Sean’s operational and commercial experience, across a broad range of sectors in construction and development, lends itself to the large geographical nature of his business unit, where he is able to effectively adopt the Morgan Sindall Group decentralised philosophy to understand the nuances of the construction market at a local level.
One of the Morgan Sindall Group values is that talented people are the key to our success, and by placing emphasis on employee growth to establish a strong, high performing team, we are able to deliver proven value for our customers.Close
Sean has more than 25 years’ construction experience, beginning as a chartered MSc-qualified quantity surveyor. His career has seen him develop specific emphasis on key account management in both the public and private sectors.
Sean’s leadership experience gained at a tier one contractor and framework director level, working in the London and South East, notably on large scale projects such as the King's Cross regeneration development, means he is well-versed in the diverse requirements of the construction market in his business unit, from the northern and southern home counties to Central London.
One of our values is to challenge the status quo and it’s exciting to see our people rise to this challenge on a daily basis. Whether it’s developing innovative solutions to solve complex scenarios associated with construction - such as solutions to working in tight, inner city conditions or sourcing ways of working in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way. We’re proud that this work will contribute not only to Morgan Sindall Construction, but also benefit understanding and best practice in the wider industry.Close
Peter was appointed to his current role as managing director for the East business unit in 2019. It is in fact the second time he has joined the business, having joined Amec in 2004 which later became part of Morgan Sindall Group. He initially ran the Ipswich office, focusing on major projects in the East before relocating in 2010 to become regional managing director of the Southern business. Peter has also held senior positions at other tier one contractors, leading construction businesses in their Eastern and Southern divisions.
The team in the East has a wide-ranging portfolio of completed projects across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. As well as a considerable focus on the education sector with the team being active on all four County Council frameworks, the East team has a strong background in health, commercial and leisure projects. More recently in Essex, the team has set up a new office in Chelmsford, providing a long-term base in which they can better serve this ever-growing community.
The diversity of areas in the East such as rural, coastal, city and suburban locations all within one region is what makes it unique, as our stakeholders' long-term plans for growth and sustainability in these areas differ greatly. This is where the team is really able to utilise our decentralised approach to offer a bespoke service to customers which is uniquely suited to them.Close
A civil and structural engineer by training, Stuart joined the business in 2009, working for our BakerHicks division as business development director with operational responsibility for Scotland. In 2015 Stuart became business development director for Morgan Sindall Construction’s Scotland business, earning promotion to the managing director role in 2017.
The Morgan Sindall Construction team in Scotland has a successful history of delivering award-wining construction projects, with expertise in the education, health, care and custodial sectors. With a focus on delivering exceptional customer service and working collaboratively with stakeholders, their commitment to long-term social value for their communities underpins their approach.
As a team we know that building great buildings isn’t enough. We know that our customers are looking for more when it comes to achieving sustainable economic and social growth in their communities, and it’s this that we continue to strive to achieve on each and every project.Close
Keith joined the business in 2015 as Commercial Director for the South region and was appointed to a national role in January 2020.
Keith has spent much of his career in commercial roles in the Construction sector, including those at tier one contractors. He is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).Close
Sarah leads our people agenda, the wider HR function, and our approach to resourcing, employee engagement, and reward. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and an experienced HR professional, who joined the business in 2006. During Sarah’s time with the business, she has worked across both our Construction and Infrastructure businesses and since 2019 has led the Construction HR strategy. Prior to joining the business, Sarah worked for another tier 1 contractor for a number of years, having spent her early career in the Financial Services sector.
Sarah is passionate about supporting the business in fostering an inclusive culture, where people can be themselves and fulfil their potential. She works closely with the business unit management teams to develop and embed forward thinking approaches to how we engage, support and manage our people.
Talented people are key to our success – this is one of our core values. We want people working at Morgan Sindall Construction to feel included, bring their whole self to work, and grow and develop in their careers with us. We take pride in being a Platinum Investor in People, and in the positive feedback we get from colleagues on how they feel about working at Morgan Sindall Construction, the support they get, and the confidence they have in our leadership. We are continually looking at how we can improve, and how we ensure we maintain a fun, inclusive and engaging environment for all of our people.Close
Nicola leads our learning and development and early careers activities across the business, supporting our people at all levels to develop the skills and experience they need to help us deliver exceptional experiences for our customers.
Nicola joined the business in January 2020 with over 25 years industry experience, and has a track record of achieving results by understanding and aligning the people strategy with the needs of the business, and providing practical solutions. She is passionate about helping organisations and individuals to achieve their very best.
Developing people is a key part of building a successful and sustainable business, which is why it is one of our Total Commitments. We are passionate about how we can support people to learn and develop, to progress their careers, and fulfil their potential. From our investment in early careers programmes for trainees, apprentices and graduates, to helping equip our people with the skills and experiences they need to excel in their roles, our approach to learning and development is underpinned by our core values and aligned to our behavioural framework. We want everyone to have an enjoyable and successful career at Morgan Sindall Construction, whatever that means for them personally.Close
Steffan joined the business in 2007 and has held a variety of roles within construction industry including commercial and project management.
Through the experience of delivering projects as commercial, project and preconstruction lead Steffan has gained invaluable experience to help our teams and customers successfully deliver our projects in an efficient manner.
Within his role Steffan is responsible for developing change strategies across our operations to help improve the performance of the construction division.
Steffan has a passion for delivering quality, implementing technology and manufacturing principles to help improve operational efficiency across construction.
My role enables me to develop and harness best practice from across the construction industry and beyond. Being able to help collaborate and influence improvement on the facilities we design and construct for our customers where they live, work, play, care and protect provides a real purpose beyond the construction operations and makes me proud to be part of the Morgan Sindall Construction team.Close
Steven leads the Legal Services Function which provides strategic support and advice on legal, risk, compliance and related issues to the Construction division. With over 25 years’ experience in the construction industry, initially in various technical roles before qualifying as a construction lawyer in 2005, Steven’s industry experience across a number of sectors enables pragmatic solutions to be found, ensuring success for the business and all project stakeholders.Close
Tim's role is to make a positive difference on climate change and the wider ecological crisis by changing the way projects are designed and built, empowering teams to realise customers’ sustainability aspirations. In addition, he leads the social value activities across the business to support our customers to achieve long-term social value in their communities.
With a background in design management, he studied Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment at the University of Cambridge, with a focus on the empirical and sociological aspects of the whole life carbon footprint of buildings.
Tim also sits on the carbon and energy action panel for Morgan Sindall Group, and has been instrumental in creating CarboniCa, Morgan Sindall's whole life carbon assessment tool for construction projects.Close