The team affected by the withdrawal from Scotland of Morrison Infrastructure by parent company Galliford Try has moved to a new home.
Pat Munro (Alness) Ltd, the Highland construction materials and services business, has formed a new major projects department staffed by most of the Morrison management and housed in new premises at Cradlehall Business Park in Inverness.
Ian Mackay, who heads the team, said: “I am excited to join Pat Munro with more than a dozen of my colleagues to establish the major projects department. We bring the benefit of more than 300 collective years’ experience gained on a broad range of contracts with Morrison to our new roles within the Pat Munro business.”
Brian Munro, managing director, added: “We are delighted to welcome Ian and his major projects team to the Pat Munro family. We were well aware of their excellent track record in the delivery of major civil engineering projects throughout the North, and we were very pleased to be able to offer a solution which allowed the team to stay together and keep serving the area in that regard.”
♦ Munro recruited the bulk of the Morrison Infrastructure management team earlier this year after Galliford Try announced it was withdrawing its infrastructure business north of the border. The Alness firm said it would go after larger-scale civil engineering projects having traditionally focused on sub-£1.5m schemes.
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©Scottish Plant. Article posted 10/12/2019