Managing Director Construction
Pat holds overall responsibility for Morgan Sindall’s construction business. A member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), he joined Morgan Sindall in 2014 from Lend Lease, where he was most recently head of their public sector construction division. Prior to this, Pat held various wide-ranging senior level roles within Laing and Laing O’Rourke, including regional director, group HR director and managing director of Select Plant Hire.
Managing Director Infrastructure
A Chartered Quantity Surveyor with almost 30 years’ multi-sector experience, Simon joined Morgan Sindall in 2011 from Morrison Utility Services where he was commercial director (south) for seven years. He was appointed to the role of Managing Director of our Nuclear | Energy | Water business in 2013, being promoted to his current role in 2017. Previously he has also worked for Amec and Christiani & Nielsen.
A member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), Joe joined Morgan Sindall in 2012. He has extensive experience across the construction and services sectors including mergers and acquisitions, business strategy and improvement programmes, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation as well as financial and commercial management.
Dawn joined Morgan Sindall in September 2014 and has more than 20 years of Human Resources experience. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Dawn holds a Masters Degree in HR Management as well as a postgraduate qualification in employment law. Her areas of expertise include employee relations, reward, people development, organisational change and mergers/acquisitions. Prior to joining Morgan Sindall, Dawn held a number of senior HR roles in large organisations including Vesuvius plc, Keepmoat, Northern Foods and Tarmac. She is also currently a non-executive director with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Martin has more than 20 years’ UK and overseas experience across major construction and infrastructure projects in the fields of safety, health, environment and quality. He plays an active role in a number of construction industry forums including the UK Leadership and Worker Engagement Forum, which he chaired from 2007-2012. In addition, Martin coaches Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) on the use of the forum’s Leadership and Worker Involvement Toolkit.
Commercial Director Infrastructure
A Chartered Surveyor, Steve joined Morgan Sindall in 2015 and has significant industry knowledge and commercial experience gained through working on some of the UK’s largest infrastructure programmes. Previously Steve held positions at Morrison Construction, Kier, and most recently Costain, where he was Divisional Commercial Director for the company’s Infrastructure business.
Managing Director Construction North
Dave joined Morgan Sindall in November 2017 from Driver Group, where he worked for 17 years in a variety of senior roles including Chief Executive Officer and Non-Executive Director. With more than 30 years’ industry experience in construction contractor and professional services environments, Dave’s sector expertise includes education, residential, commercial, tunnelling, rail, aviation and highways.
Managing Director Construction Central
A Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Sean joined Morgan Sindall in 2016 from Galliford Try, where he held Managing Director roles for the Central and Northern Home Counties regions. With both operational and commercial experience, Sean has developed and led businesses across a broad range of sectors in construction and development, placing emphasis on employee growth to establish strong, high performing teams that deliver value for our customers.
Managing Director Construction London and Home Counties
A chartered MSc-qualified quantity surveyor, Sean joined Morgan Sindall in 2016 from BAM Construct UK, where he held leadership roles in London and the South East. Sean has more than 25 years’ construction experience, with specific emphasis on key account management in both the public and private sectors. He has also worked at Framework Director level and most notably on Argent’s flagship Kings Cross regeneration development.
Managing Director Construction East
Saul joined the business in January 2017 from R G Carter where he had been the director responsible for its Eastern region. Saul has an MSc in Construction Management from Heriot Watt University and a Doctorate (PhD) in Construction Procurement and Economics from Loughborough University. A chartered surveyor, chartered builder, chartered arbitrator and an honorary fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Saul has more than 30 years’ industry experience. He is committed to creating a culture that prioritises excellent people relationships to consistently exceed our customers’ expectations.
Managing Director Construction South
Andy joined Morgan Sindall in 2015 and has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry, leading teams for major contractors and overseeing public and private sector projects from £100k to £200m. He has held Framework Director roles on several Defence frameworks and Local Authority frameworks, including the Southern Construction Framework. Committed to customer focus, Andy ensures that the company ethos of Perfect Delivery is embedded across his teams.
Managing Director Construction Scotland
A structural engineer by training, Stuart joined Morgan Sindall Group 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’s Construction Scotland business, earning promotion to his current role in 2017. With a focus on delivering exceptional customer service, Stuart’s sector experience includes education, health, justice, community, commercial, leisure, retail and industrial.
Managing Director Aviation
A Chartered Civil Engineer with 30 years’ experience in consulting and main contracting, Keith joined Morgan Sindall in 2014 from Balfour Beatty, where he led its Aviation business for 10 years. Prior to this Keith worked for Arup and Heery International, and spent several years working on major projects in North Africa. Keith believes that a focus on collaboration and partnering is essential to ensure sustainable customer relationships.
Managing Director Nuclear | Energy | Water
A civil engineer with 35 years’ industry experience both in the UK and abroad, Tim joined our business in 2016 as project director for our Thames Tideway Tunnel joint venture. He was promoted to manage our Nuclear, Energy and Water business in 2017. Previously Tim worked at Kier Group in several roles including as regional managing director in the Caribbean and Middle East.
Managing Director Rail
A Chartered Engineer, Andrew has 15 years’ experience in project management, planning and project engineering roles on multidiscipline rail projects of all sizes. He joined Morgan Sindall in 2016 from Taylor Woodrow, where he worked as senior project manager, delivering schemes for customers including Crossrail and Network Rail.
Managing Director Highways
A Chartered Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Paul joined Morgan Sindall through the acquisition of AMEC Construction in 2007. Having worked in several senior and director positions in our Tunnelling and Infrastructure businesses, he was appointed to his current role in 2017.
Engineering Director, Infrastructure
A chartered civil engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Tony has more than 30 years’ experience of complex infrastructure schemes and business management. Joining the company in 1994, he has helped win and deliver many of our most significant infrastructure projects, providing confidence to customers and partners in our engineering and technical capability. A member of our Infrastructure Board, Tony leads a highly experienced team of engineering and support functions across the Infrastructure division. He is passionate about the development of emerging talent, leading our ICE training and Quest programme and mentoring young engineers.