Leading housebuilding and construction group, Galliford Try plc, has strengthened its North West team with the appointment of new regeneration manager, Craig Nemeth.
Craig is overseeing a £100m PFI regeneration programme which is currently transforming the Brunswick area of East Manchester. Galliford Try forms part of the wider S4B Consortium which was appointed to deliver the 25-year scheme in 2013. The consortium also includes Equitix, Mears and Symphony Housing.
Craig is responsible for overseeing the infrastructure works on site as well as the development of commercial buildings, an extra care centre and over 500 new homes for private sale and rent. All of the new homes are being built by Galliford Try’s residential division, Linden Homes.
Craig has over 20 years’ experience in the housing and construction sector having previously held roles at Seddon and Kier Construction.
Craig said of his new role: “Galliford Try has an excellent reputation in the construction sector. This was a great opportunity for me to work with forward thinking company that has clear objectives for significant business growth. I am delighted to take on the regeneration manager role at this exciting time for the business. The Brunswick regeneration programme will leave an important legacy on the area for years to come, so I am very proud to have joined the team.”
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