Tyerman had been at Costain for over 28 years with seven years in several senior roles. Most recently he was operations efficiency director.
He joined Interserve yesterday and will replace Interserve Construction director Simon Ohlenschlager who is due to retire in April.
Interserve are looking to grow the infrastructure business and recently won a place on the Highway’s Agency’s Collaborative Delivery framework.
In a statement Interserve Construction said: “Chris brings a wealth of experience to the role, with over 28 years in the industry, which has seen him lead projects in water, highways, building and operational efficiency.
“These skillsets will help us to continue to develop the business, building on our experience and vision to bring innovation and ingenuity to the industry.”