Galliford Try has appointed Chris Scoffield as its new managing director of rail, aviation and environment.
Mr Scoffield, who moves up from his role as commercial director of the division, replaces Nick Salt after he was promoted to director of infrastructure in August.
Mr Salt succeeded former infrastructure director Tom de la Motte, who officially exited at the end of last month.
Mr Scoffield joined Galliford Try as head of winning work after the company bought Miller Construction in 2014.
He had previously been Miller’s ProCure21+ framework commercial manager and has also held roles at Turner & Townsend and Carillion.
Mr Salt said: “Chris has a wealth of experience in regulated public sector frameworks and will be responsible for growing our presence in the rail, aviation and environment sectors.”