Specialist contractor McGee announces the appointment of Seb Fossey as its new Operations Director.
Seb joins McGee from Laing O’Rourke to take up the post of Operations Director with accountability for the safe and timely delivery of all its civil, structural and ‘integrated solution’ projects throughout their full lifecycle from pre-construction to completion on site, and will lead the current portfolio of prestigious projects in these sectors with immediate effect.
Throughout his 17-year career with Laing O’Rourke Seb has held a number of Project Leadership positions both in the UK and internationally and was most recently Technical Leader for the UK construction business. As a Project Leader his focus has been on specialist reinforced concrete, deep basement construction and heavy civils work.
Seb has extensive experience of leading large and technically complex projects featuring challenging temporary works in high assurance civil engineering environments, and has championed the use of BIM as a proactive risk management tool.
Operations Director, Seb Fossey said:
“I’m very pleased to take up my new role in the McGee business where I join a fantastic team of people who are successfully delivering some of the most exciting and challenging work in London at the moment.
“Like the rest of the McGee leadership team I’m passionate about early engagement, and I look forward to collaborating with our clients and their consultants to engineer, plan and ultimately deliver their projects efficiently.”
McGee Group Managing Director, Brian McGee said:
“I am delighted to make this very significant appointment. It’s a great coup for McGee to attract someone of Seb’s calibre to the business; he’s a very welcome addition to our Board. His technical knowledge, industry experience and operational know-how will ensure we continue to deliver value for our clients driving their success by providing innovative, world-class demolition, civil engineering and construction services, either as standalone services or as an integrated solution.”