Mark Buckle, who currently works as divisional director for the South East, is promoted to the new post, created to concentrate on the development, use and implementation of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and Design for Manufacture (DfMA) across the business.
This reflects Interserve Construction’s commitment to support the Government’s strategy to ‘harmonise, digitise, and rationalise’ as set out in the new Construction Playbook.
Buckle’s role will also include overall responsibility for digital construction, design and Interserve’s sustainability strategy – PPP (People, Planet, Performance).
Before joining Interserve just over three and half years ago, he was at Mace for two years, and worked at Lendlease in several senior positions for 10 years.
Craig Tatton, Managing Director of UK Building at Interserve Construction said: “I am delighted at Mark’s appointment to the position of Technical Director, sitting on the Senior Leadership Team.
“Mark brings with him a wealth of experience in delivering transformation strategies and will help drive our implementation of Modern Methods of Construction and Design for Manufacture in line with the Government’s Construction Playbook.”