BGC Contracting appoints Chief Operating Officer, Construction
Leading Australian mining and construction firm BGC Contracting Pty Ltd has appointed senior construction executive Mark Angove Chief Operating Officer, Construction.
Mr Angove has more than 25 years’ experience in the construction industry. He was most recently Fulton Hogan’s Operations Manager, overseeing their civil construction business unit in South Australia and Western Australia, and prior to that Managing Director with Probuild Civil.
BGC Contracting CEO Greg Heylen said Mr Angove’s strategic, operational and project leadership experience would contribute to the company’s sustainable growth strategy.
“His extensive experience in strategy development and project delivery in the resources and construction sector will be an asset as we move into the next phase in our growth strategy,” Mr Heylen said.
“His Australian and international experience will enhance our strong focus on client relationships and project delivery.
“There has been an increase in resource sector and construction opportunities, particularly in Western Australia, and we look forward to Mark leading our construction business into a sustainable growth phase.
About BGC Contracting
BGC Contracting is a leading Australian construction, contract mining, and maintenance company, which has delivered infrastructure, energy and resources projects to an impressive list of clients for more than 40 years.
We have a forward order book of $2 billion, and employ thousands of people across the Australia. We are flexible and scalable, and committed to work with our partners to deliver fit for purpose solutions for changing market conditions.
We support our construction partners at all stages of a project through a wide range of services, including transport infrastructure, non-process infrastructure and buildings, earthworks (bulk and detailed), mine infrastructure, water infrastructure and maintenance services.
We also offer specialist industrial engineering, maintenance and fabrication services through our wholly owned subsidiary, DIAB Engineering.