Spie boss joins United Living as new MD of infrastructure

Aaron Morby 2 years ago
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United Living Group has appointed a new managing director of its infrastructure services division as part of a combined rebrand and restructure of the division to support future growth.

Steve Craddock has been named managing director of ULIS
Steve Craddock has been named managing director of ULIS

Both Fastflow Energy Services and Fastflow Pipeline Services will change their company names with immediate effect to United Living Energy and United Living Water respectively.

Both firms will continue to sit within United Living Infrastructure Services.

As part of the changes, former Spie regional director of industrial services Steve Craddock has been named managing director of ULIS.

He brings a wealth of experience, having supported multiple divisions in key strategic positions, including energy, renewables, utilities, infrastructure and oil and gas.

Benn Cottrell remains in the business as managing director for the United Living Energy business reporting directly to Craddock and will continue to focus on the energy transition markets.

Craddock joins the leadership team following the recent acquisition of turnkey mobile network provide Great British Communications, which increased United Living’s turnover to in excess of £500m annually.

United Living comprises three service pillars – United Living Infrastructure Services, United Living New Homes and United Living Property Services.

Over the last few months, the business has also won some major contracts, including a 10-year £160 million partnership with Lewisham Homes, delivering major refurbishment works to its existing housing stock.

A 432 new home development in Cardiff, worth £55m and a £1.6m contract on a district heating project at the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland, which has a total project value of £150m.

 

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