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HB Reavis head of construction exits after less than a year

Paul Neto has left HB Reavis less than a year after he joined from Vinci, Construction News has learned.

The firm’s head of construction has exited less than 12 months into his role, having previously been director of Vinci’s London building division.

It follows the news last month that HB Reavis’ UK chief executive Tomas Jurdak would step down after four years at the helm.

In May HB Reavis acquired the Elizabeth House development near Waterloo station, which has planning permission for a scheme that will deliver 753,000 sq ft of space and 142 homes within two towers measuring 29 and 10 storeys in height.

The Luxembourg-based company, which has a presence across central Europe, is also working with Aecom on the 20 Farringdon Street office development.

A HB Reavis spokeswoman confirmed Mr Neto had departed HB Reavis.

She added: “While we recruit for a replacement, the UK business will continue to be led by Radim Rimanek, the board director of HB Reavis Group, as well as the UK senior team comprised of transactional director Steven Skinner, development director Kiran Pawar, head of commercial Andrew Hudson and head of legal Johnathan Crawley.”

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