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Greg Craig and Kelly Gangotra promoted to Skanska management executive

Skanska UK has strengthened it UK executive management team with the promotion of two members of staff.

Greg Craig and Kelly Gangotra have been promoted to the management executive.

Mr Craig has been with Skanska since 2002.

He is currently MD of its infrastructure services business and will now take executive responsibility for civil engineering and health and safety.

Mr Craig was formerly operations director for the company’s London building business, and MD for Skanska’s civil engineering operation.

Ms Gangotra joined Skanska in 2012 as finance director (operations). She will now assume the role of deputy chief financial officer, transitioning to become Chief Financial Officer by the end of 2015.

The pair join CEO Mike Putnam and executive vice presidents Roger Bayliss, Paul Chandler, Harvey Francis, Mark Galloway and Bill Hocking on the management executive.

Skanska said it plans to employ a further 1,250 people over the next two years.

“The future is bright and we are growing fast,” said Mr Putnam. “An expanded and strengthened executive team ensures we maintain strong customer relationships, the solid business foundations to underpin our growth and the strategic focus to keep it moving in the right direction.”

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