Barhale boss moves to BB

Mark Cutler, currently chief executive of privately owned infrastructure firm Barhale, has been appointed managing director of Balfour Beatty’s regional construction and civil engineering business in the UK and Ireland.

Cutler, who will join Balfour Beatty at the end of next month, has been in his current role for three-and-a-half years.

His previous roles have included being managing director of Morgan Est and senior positions at Tarmac Construction.

Balfour Beatty’s regional business currently has a turnover of around £1.8bn. Activity is delivered through four regional hubs in Manchester, Edinburgh, London and Bristol and 17 delivery units across the UK and Ireland aligned to local customers.

Nicholas Pollard, chief executive of Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK, said: “Mark’s extensive experience will lead our regional business forward to enable our teams to build on established customer relationships, drive operational efficiency and increase our profitable order book. Mark’s arrival is well timed, coinciding with the increased volumes of regional construction and civil engineering activity being procured by a wide range of customers across different sectors.”

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