Mace CEO joins Construction Leadership Council to lead skills workstream

Mark Reynolds, Mace CEO has been appointed to the Construction Leadership Council, where he will lead the CLC skills workstream.

Commenting on the appointment, Andrew Wolstenholme, Co-Chair of the CLC stated:

‘Mark Reynolds brings insight from his leadership of a business that spans consulting, construction and asset management.  Mark’s advocacy for the new skills required for the Digital, Manufacture and Performance agenda makes him the ideal candidate to drive the next phase of the work of the CLC skills workstream.

Paying tribute to the work of Leo Quinn, CEO of Balfour Beatty, who stood down from the CLC and leadership of the CLC skills workstream earlier in the summer, Andrew Wolstenholme said:

“On behalf of the CLC, I would like to thank Leo for his great contribution to the work of the CLC, and his personal commitment to increasing the skills of the construction workforce. He has championed the apprenticeship agenda and has been a firm and challenging advocate for a reformed CITB.  We are grateful for the leadership that Leo has shown in completing the initial stages of the skills workstream”.

Mark Reynolds, Mace’s Chief Executive, said:

“I am delighted to take up this new role with the Construction Leadership Council. I will be focusing on ensuring we are able to attract the best people to the industry, how to plan for and deliver for the future skills the sector will need, and working closely with a reformed CITB.”

Leo Quinn will continue with his other commitments in relation to promoting skills in the construction industry, including his leadership of the 5% club.

Download the press release here: CLC Press Release 5 September 2017 -skills

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