HG Construction Announces Structural Changes

16th January 2024

Leading design and build contractor HG Construction has announced structural changes to its business including the creation of a new Operational Board and key new appointments across its construction, pre-construction and commercial teams.

The internal changes will help the company to enhance operational management and continue to deliver excellent customer service for its expanding client base, following a period of continued growth and with a strong pipeline of work secured for the year ahead.

Bryan Haynes, Carl Murrells and Declan Martin will join HG’s Operational Board in their new roles as Construction Directors, previously holding Project Director roles in the business.  Dan Bryant has been promoted into the newly created role of Pre-Construction Director, following a promotion from his previous role as Pre-Construction Manager, and also joins the new Operational Board.  These significant changes follow the departure of Managing Director Conor Rice, who left the business at the end of 2023.

The Operational Board will encompass Health & Safety, Estimating, Surveying and Design Directors, in addition to the newly appointed Construction Directors and Pre-Construction Director. The board will be responsible for effective allocation of company resources, identifying process improvements and driving operational efficiencies.

Adam Quinn, HG Construction CEO said: “We are pleased to announce the creation of a new operational board which will enable us to improve communication and knowledge-sharing across departments and support our teams to deliver schemes in a more streamlined way.  The individuals appointed bring a wealth of construction, commercial, technical and client-facing experience to the table, and we are confident that they will successfully support the strategic aims of the company through robust management of our day-to-day operations.

“As we have now grown to a business turning over in excess of £400m, we believe this improved structure will act as a solid foundation for managing the company more effectively going forward, utilising the expertise of our dedicated team members in a structured and cohesive manner.  We have invested significantly in developing our teams over the past few years and are committed to upskilling and promoting from within where possible.  We have worked hard to create a culture based on collaboration and positive leadership, and I am delighted to announce the promotions of team members who embody that culture and consistently go the extra mile to deliver for our clients.

“This is an exciting time for the business and we have a great team of professionals on board with the right vision, skills and energy to ensure that HG continues to deliver high quality, innovative schemes for our growing client base,” Adam concluded.