Mace’s leadership team is to be overhauled as part of changes to its board which come into effect from January 2020.
The firm has announced that chief operating officer for consultancy Mark Holmes has been promoted to deputy chairman.
The board is to be restructured with four chief executives heading divisions called Develop, Consult, Construct and Operate.
Current chief operating officer for development David Grover will become CEO for Develop; consultancy COO Jason Millett will become CEO of Consult; COO of construction Gareth Lewis will be appointed CEO of Construct; and current deputy COO for construction Mark Castle will become the division’s chief operating officer.
Ross Abbate, global managing director of Mace Macro, the firm’s facilities management business, will become its CEO.
The divisions will have greater influence and control over their strategies than at present, according to a company statement.
Each leader and divisional board will be responsible for client relationships, service delivery and overall performance.
Mace chief executive Mark Reynolds said: “I am pleased to announce the creation of a number of new leadership roles at Mace alongside some changes to the composition of the group board.
“In particular, I would like to congratulate Mark Holmes on his promotion to deputy chairman of the group.”
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