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PEOPLE MOVES: Six new appointments in FM

16 November 2015

David Mundell
David Mundell

There have been at least six important new appointments in FM over the past month. In this monthly round-up, we look at each appointment.

Clugston Construction, privately-owned £143m turnover building and civil engineering firm has appointed Andy Mackintosh to head its North East regional business. Mackintosh will be based in Clugston’s new Stockton-on-Tees office, whose team is building key projects in further education, health, science and technology, manufacturing and renewable energy. Prior to joining Clugston, Mackintosh was operations director at Willmott Dixon and was responsible for establishing the company’s North East operation.

National specialist training providers Develop Training Limited (DTL) has ramped up the expertise in its HR department with the appointment of Tanya Parkin as its HR manager. With a diverse back catalogue of experience ranging from various roles in the leisure industry, Parkin has a multitude of qualifications including a BSc in Psychology, a certificate in Counselling and a Diploma in Human Resource Management to name a few.

Nviro has boosted the operational expertise of its team by appointing James Gates as operations director. An experienced senior manager who has worked in operational roles for several major FM providers, Gates has also advised businesses as a management consultant. Most recently Gates filled the role of national account director for Interserve, having previously held senior positions at Norland Managed Services, Programme Management and Inn House Services.

The Axis Group of Companies has promoted David Mundell to MD of the Axis Security business, reporting to group CEO Jonathan Levine. Mundell will be responsible for further strengthening the company’s position as a foremost provider of manned guarding and support services to several regional, national and international clients. The company has grown from a standing start to turn over more than £60m, and is part of a Group that has doubled in size over the last three years.

OCS has appointed Paul Heywood as UK head of hard services. He’ll be responsible for building and delivering a sustainable hard service capability and will form strategic partnerships for specialist building services, as well as managing the company’s building solutions division, a specialist provider for CCTV and access control installation and maintenance. Reporting directly to the UK leadership team for facilities services, Heywood will recommend short-, medium- and long-term business development strategies.

OCS has appointed a new UK head of standards and solutions for catering. Paul Cowie has joined OCS to support the company’s catering offering, enhancing customer relationships and driving growth strategy. Cowie is responsible for the continued development of the OCS catering brand and for identifying and optimising delivery models across the group’s UK divisions. He’ll also be responsible for interpreting market evolution patterns in the catering industry and for creating growth opportunities through innovative and competitive catering solutions.


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