3rd June 2021
Construction and Infrastructure specialist nmcn has announced the appointment of Jonathan Collett, who joined the company’s Infrastructure business unit with effect from 1 June, to head up operations for the north.
Jon previously worked for engineering consultancy Jacobs for more than 20 years where he was most recently Head of Local Government Services – Transportation, responsible for delivering efficient, innovative and sustainable solutions to Local Government customers across the country.
Jon will be based at nmcn’s headquarters in Nottinghamshire where he will look to build strategic relationships with key customers and suppliers across the northern region.
Jon said: “I am very much looking forward to working with my new colleagues at nmcn to deliver quality projects for our customers and stakeholders whilst continuing to build on our sustainability and socially responsible focus.
“I believe that digital and Lean construction are central to the growth of the construction sector and will be looking at optimising our potential in these areas.”
Vip Gandhi, nmcn’s Infrastructure Managing Director, said; “I am delighted to welcome Jon to nmcn – his comprehensive sector experience will help to ensure we continue to be at the forefront of offering to our customers.”
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