Ardmac announces management restructure


Alan Coakley has been named MD of General Contracting Services and Roy Millar takes on the role of MD of Trade Contracting Services

Left: Alan Coakley, Right: Roy Millar

Left: Alan Coakley, Right: Roy Millar

Ardmac, the international construction specialist in complex high-value workspaces and technical environments, has announced management changes to its business.

The management changes mark a move to independent business units, with the roles of its joint managing directors for Ireland and Europe changing. Roy Millar will now hold the position of managing director of Trade contracting services; he will be responsible for the Pharma and Data Centre Business Units. Alan Coakley will move to managing director of general contracting services and will be responsible for Ardmac’s Design & Build, Construction, Refurbishment and Fitout business units.

Ardmac’s Business Development, Pre-Contract, Estimating, Engineering and Operations will now be organised by business unit and under the leadership of one managing director.

Following the announcement, Ronan Quinn, CEO of Ardmac, said: “We are approaching the third anniversary of our MBO and our structure was more functional at that time and we have been moving towards fully independent operational business units. We appointed Andrew Winstanley as MD of UK Interiors two years ago to complete that transition and this remains unchanged. These latest management changes will facilitate the growth we forecast and ensure we remain focused on our customers in each of our sectors.”

Ardmac’s business targets are €147m for 2018, with all business streams providing significant opportunities and continued growth. Turnover is forecasted to reach €200m by 2020. To facilitate these ambitious growth targets, Ardmac is currently recruiting for all disciplines and have forecasted its staff to be 340 by the end of the year.

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