Interserve hires regional building MD

Support services firm Interserve has appointed a new managing director of its regional building business.

The company has appointed former Bouygues UK chief operating officer Craig Tatton to the role, where he will focus on organic growth and work with the wider Interserve construction board supporting the development of projects up to £250m.

Interserve’s regional building business has 10 main offices across the UK and turnover of around £500m, typically undertaking refurbishment and new build projects generally up to £50m.

Prior to his time at Bouygues, Tatton held managing director roles at Willmott Dixon and ISG.

“As an experienced senior executive, he has an enviable track record of delivering organic growth and is well placed to lead our regional building operations to realise future strategic ambitions, focusing on delivering industry leading customer experience,” said Interserve managing director, Gordon Kew.