Balfour Beatty appoints Mark Hoyland to lead M&E business

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Balfour Beatty has appointed Mark Hoyland to the post of Managing Director of its M&E business as it continues to rebuild its leadership following a...

Balfour Beatty has appointed Mark Hoyland to the post of Managing Director of its M&E business as it continues to rebuild its leadership following a troubled spell.

Hoyland, former MD of Peverel Property, will begin his new position later this month, at the division that has been at the root of profit warnings for the company in recent months, replacing Phil McGuire, who left the post in May.  

Hoyland’s career also includes a five-year spell as Chief Executive of City West Homes, and spells at Rok, Ballast and Wimpey Group.

At Balfour, he will report to Construction Services UK Chief Executive Officer Nick Pollard, who has also served as acting Engineering Services Managing Director on an interim basis since May.

Pollard said: “I am delighted to welcome Mark to Balfour Beatty. His extensive commercial and operational experience will ensure our smaller, refocused building services M & E engineering business will capitalise on the ongoing recovery in the sector.

“Mark will lead the business to build long-term collaborative customer relationships, deliver operational efficiency and secure a commercial focus that improves profitability and the order book, winning sustainable business opportunities.”

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