Bullock has appointed a new client relationship director to its management team.
Andy Cornaby joined the business from Keepmoat last month, having previously worked with Mears and Morrison Facilities Services, where he held the role of managing director.
Mr Cornaby launched and ran Built Response Maintenance, which he sold in 2006.
His appointment came after Bullock Construction managing director Andy Saul left the firm to join Morgan Sindall as commercial director, revealed by Construction News this week.
Bullock appointed Ian Burnett as chief executive in October 2013 and has tasked Mr Cornaby with strengthening its development of client relationships, particularly within the Midlands and Wales regions.
Bullock is based in the West Midlands. The company employs approximately 450 people and has more than 55 years’ experience delivering refurbishment and new-build projects across both the domestic and commercial property sectors.
Bullock Construction had turnover of £126.6m in the year to 31 March 2013, from which it made a pre-tax profit of £700k.
He said: “I’m looking forward to supporting the growth of Bullock through engaging with the client base; understanding their short- and long-term investment plans; and working with them to deliver solutions that provide excellent service, maximise customer experience and deliver value for money.”
Mr Burnett said: “Andy’s appointment forms a key part of our growth plans over the coming years.
“His experience and knowledge of the client base will undoubtedly assist us in providing a solution-driven approach to meeting customer needs, enabling us to serve a wider group of clients alongside retaining and supporting the growth of our existing customer base’’