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Morgan Sindall appoints Pat Boyle as new construction managing director

Morgan Sindall has appointed former Lend Lease boss Pat Boyle as a new managing director in its construction, infrastructure and design business.

Mr Boyle took up the post on 6 January and has overall responsibility for steering the expansion of Morgan Sindall’s construction and design businesses.

He joined from Lend Lease, where he was most recently head of its public sector construction business.

In the newly created role, Mr Boyle is reporting to Morgan Sindall’s overall construction and infrastructure managing director Graham Shennan.

Mr Boyle said: “I am delighted to be joining Morgan Sindall and am truly excited about the opportunity that lies ahead.

“Morgan Sindall has a powerful proposition and a strong reputation, and we are extremely well positioned to take advantage of the upturn in our markets.

“I will be working collaboratively with my colleagues to ensure that we further deliver outstanding quality and service for our customers as well as generating increasingly profitable returns for the company,” he added.

Mr Shennan said: “Pat brings to Morgan Sindall outstanding expertise and a proven depth of industry knowledge.

“His appointment brings real value to my senior team,” he added.

Prior to joining Lend Lease, Mr Boyle held senior-level roles at Laing and Laing O’Rourke.

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