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Regional construction MD John Homer leaves Morgan Sindall after 12 years with group

Morgan Sindall’s construction managing director for the East has left the business after 12 years, Construction News can reveal.

John Homer former construction managing director for the East Morgan Sindall

John Homer former construction managing director for the East Morgan Sindall

The contractor said John Homer (pictured, left) had left to “pursue other opportunities”. He will be replaced by Rob Frank (below), who has been with the company for 15 years.

Morgan Sindall’s East division covers Cambridge, Norwich and Welwyn Garden City.

Recent wins for the contractor in this region have included the £60m Array Multiplex science research building at Granta Park in Cambridge.

It is also working on the University of Cambridge’s £40.8m chemical engineering and biotechnology facility and its £8.8m Department of Engineering.

A Morgan Sindall spokesman said: “We confirm that John Homer has left the business to pursue other opportunities.

Rob Frank construction managing director for the East Morgan Sindall

Rob Frank construction managing director for the East Morgan Sindall

“Rob Frank, who has been with Morgan Sindall for over 15 years, has been promoted to the role of regional managing director for the East.

“Rob will work with our area directors for Cambridge and East Anglia, Bob Ensch and Gavin Napper respectively – also both vastly experienced industry professionals.”

Mr Homer joined Morgan Sindall in August 2004, having previously been deputy managing director for Galliford Try’s construction business in the South.

Prior to this he was a divisional director at Bam Construction UK for 15 years.

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