John Paul Construction Expands Its Leadership Team

John Paul Construction Appointments

John Paul Construction has announced a number of key appointments to its senior leadership team.

Liam Kenny and John Moran have been appointed to the board as construction directors.

Liam Kenny has 24 years of experience in the industry, and since joining the company in 2004 has operated at senior management level. In 2011 he was instrumental in establishing Absal Paul Contracting in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, and as operations director was involved in the strategic management of the company.

He has a track record of delivering complex projects for global multinational organisations in R&D, pharma, data and logistics as well as in the commercial and residential sectors.

Over the past 25 years, John Moran has been involved in the delivery of major construction projects across a broad range of sectors including commercial, retail, hotel and leisure, and residential. Before joining John Paul Construction in 2014, he held senior leadership roles both in main contracting and in property development involving major landmark projects.

John Paul Construction Appointments

L to r: John Moran, Construction Director; Niall O’Connor, Associate Director; Mark Coatsworth, Associate Director; Eamon Booth, Managing Director; Michael Kelly, Associate Director; and Liam Kenny, Construction Director.

In line with the further development of the senior management team the company announced the following appointments at associate director level:

Niall O’ Connor, has been appointed Associate Director Construction; Mick Kelly has been appointed Associate Director Planning/Bid Management; and Mark Coatsworth becomes Associate Director Pre-construction/Technology.

Eamon Booth, Managing Director, John Paul Construction, says, “These appointments will further strengthen our senior leadership team and ensure we continue to have the strategic and delivery expertise to fully capitalise on opportunities in the market and pursue our strategy for growth over the coming years.”

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