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Morgan Sindall southern construction MD joins Miller

Stephan Scard, Morgan Sindall’s director of construction in the South, is leaving the firm to join Miller Construction as regional managing director for the company’s South East operations.

Mr Scard has been at Morgan Sindall for 23 years. He was appointed regional managing director in 2002, before being promoted to MD of construction in the South in 2010 after the amalgamation of the company’s construction and infrastructure divisions.

Miller Construction chief executive Chris Webster said: “We are delighted to welcome Stephen to our Senior Management Team.

“Stephen will be responsible for driving our strategy forward in the South East, which sees us focussing our efforts on selected markets and promoting Miller as a market leader.  We are confident his wealth of knowledge and experience will be a real asset to our business.”

Stephen Scard commented: “I am pleased to have joined the Miller Construction team and was attracted by the company’s strategy to focus on selected markets and customers which will underpin its medium and long term ambitions. 

“I was also impressed by the Miller culture which is very people focussed and I’m looking forward to working with colleagues from across the business to help drive the strategy forward.”

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