Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering (BBGE) has appointed a new management team and restructured its business.
The firm has appointed Tony Dixon as managing director. He has 30 years experience in civil engineering, including four years as regional MD of Birse Civils. He joins BBGE from the £380m A46 project for which he was project director.
Working alongside Dixon will be Arwel Williams, director of specialist businesses, Marc Evans, technical services director, and Ken White, finance director, along with the newly-appointed Richard Munday as director of operations and Alan Wilkinson as commercial director.
Balfour Beatty has restructured the business into five business streams: Large Diameter Piling; CFA Piling; Driven Piling; Ground Improvement and Mini Piling. The firm said the new structure is designed to drive improvements to safety and customer care.
Dixon said: “In challenging market conditions, customers demand highly competitive prices without any drop in service levels. We now have excellent people in a structure that allows them to consistently deliver effective results.”