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Mark Reynolds named Mace deputy CEO in drive towards £1bn turnover

Mace has appointed Mark Reynolds as its new deputy chief executive with a key role of making the firm achieve a £1 billion turnover within three years.

The appointment which was made on 1 January 2010 recognises Mr Reynolds integral contribution to driving the business forward including his on-going work with the Olympic Delivery Authority’s partner, CLM.

Mr Reynolds will continue to work as part of CLM on the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Mace’s senior management team is now made up as follows:

  • Stephen Pycroft – chairman and chief executive
  • Mark Reynolds – deputy chief executive
  • David Vaughan – group finance director
  • Mark Holmes – chief operating officer for consultancy, UK
  • Gareth Lewis – chief operating officer for construction, UK
  • Michael Davies – chief operating officer for international

Mr Reynolds joined Mace in 1996 and has been a key member of the Mace group board since the management buy out of the company in 2001.

In 2006, he was part of the CLM delivery partner consortium team that secured the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics role.

On appointment Mr Reynolds took the deputy programme director role for CLM responsible for delivering the £8.1 billion programme for the Olympic Delivery Authority.

The new deputy chief executive gained his early experience in the commercial sector on the Broadgate and Ludgate development projects in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and then moved on to projects with BAA.

He was the director responsible for Terminal 5 and the BAA framework from 1996 - 2006.