UK roofing and cladding contractor Curtis Moore has announced some significant changes to its board of directors. Managing director, Andrew Devlin, has recently taken on the role of chief executive officer with previous commercial director, Euan Walker, taking up the managing director position.
Andrew Devlin had worked as managing director since the business launched in 2000, evolving from humble beginnings to the three-office operation it is today, employing 34 headquarter staff and over 100 on-site operatives.
Curtis Moore, who is celebrating its 18th year in business this year has built up a portfolio including the award-winning Haymarket Railway Station in Edinburgh with Morgan Sindall, GlaxoSmithKline in Irvine and its most recent project, the re-development of Glasgow Queen Street Station as well as the transport Interchanges in Wythenshawe and Bolton.
The change in structure will free up some of Andrew’s time to focus on expanding the company into new markets in Europe and beyond, Andrew will remain involved in the business activities going forward into the future.
Andrew Devlin stated: “To take it to the next chapter we felt that it was prudent for me to take myself out of the day to day running of the business and my prime focus going forward will be to look at new markets and we have an ambition to expand our operations to Europe and beyond.”