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Martin Rogers steps down from Royal Bam board

Martin Rogers will step down from the board of Royal Bam Group in October.

The firm announced last month that Nico de Vries would hand over the chair of the executive board to Rob van Wingerden in October and has confirmed Mr Rogers will step down at the same time.

He has been with Bam for 35 years and the group said he would step down to “pursue other interests outside the company”.

Mr Rogers joined the company as an engineer in 1979 and was appointed to the executive board in 2009.

He was promoted to the main board of BAM Construct UK in 2001 and became managing director in 2002.

In 2007 he became chief executive of BAM Nuttall before he left the roe in 2010 to concentrate on his roles at Royal Bam Group. He was replaced by current Bam Nuttall CEO Stephen Fox.

Royal Bam said: “The supervisory board would like to thank Mr Rogers for his long service and his dedication to the company and its predecessors.”

From 1 October 2014 the executive board will be composed of Rob van Wingerden (chairman), Thessa Menssen (chief financial officer) and Erik J. Bax (chief operating officer).

A Royal Bam spokesman told Construction News: “At this moment BAM is (assisted by strategy consultancy Bain & Company) preparing plans for restructuring and streamlining of the operating company structure. Further extension of the Executive Board is not to be expected.”


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