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Rail director Nick Salt joins from Morgan Sindall

Miller Construction has poached Morgan Sindall’s former rail director as one of two key new appointments.

Nick Salt has been made director of rail at Miller, after more than a year with Morgan Sindall, and previous roles with May Gurney and Birse Rail.

The contractor has also announced the appointment of Jeremy Bowley as its new procurement director, where he has joined from consultancy business Procure4 Ltd where he held the position of client solutions director.

Mille Construction chief executive Chris Webster said: “We are delighted to welcome Jeremy and Nick to the team.  They both bring with them vast knowledge and a wealth of experience in procurement and the rail market.

“Jeremy will be responsible for driving our procurement plan which will see us focussing on building mutually beneficial, long-term relationships with strategic supply chain partners and Nick will utilise his experience to expand our presence in the rail market and seek growth opportunities where possible.”

Mr Bowley said: “Miller has a strong presence in the industry and through its client centric approach, has the quality relationships in place to grow.  Part of continued success for any organisation is the ability to adapt to customer’s needs over time and I believe this is something which comes naturally to our business.  The people here are amongst the most innovative and forward thinking in the industry and it is a privilege to have been offered the opportunity to work alongside them.”

Mr Salt was previously responsible for helping to get Morgan Sindall’s infrastructure and regional construction businesses into deals including partnerships and frameworks within the different regions of Network Rail

He said: “Miller was recommended to me by the leadership and project teams at Network Rail.  There is a real sense of determination and commitment to grow Miller’s already established position in the rail market and I am looking forward to working with closely with the regional teams to grow their delivery capability in support of Network Rail and other rail customers.”

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