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ENGIE FABRICOM ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVES

ENGIE FABRICOM ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVES

ENGIE Fabricom has announced the appointment of two new Chief Officers; Chief Executive Officer, Simon Rafferty and Chief Operating Officer, Peter Clouston.

Both join the business having successfully held a number of board positions across the globe and with vast experience across a number of business functions.

Simon joins ENGIE Fabricom having successfully led the Canadian division of the business in the same capacity and with over 15 years’ experience in the engineering and construction marketplace. He brings to ENGIE Fabricom a wealth of experience having ran a diverse range of business functions from sales and business development to project management and contract negotiations. In his role as Canadian CEO Simon has successfully led numerous major projects focusing on staff engagement and operational efficiencies.  

Peter comes to ENGIE Fabricom with over 30 years’ experience in the oil, gas, power, chemical and renewables industries. He joins the business as a highly experienced, successful and well-regarded business leader having worked for companies including Rolls Royce Marine – where he began his career on the shop floor – through to the last 20 years in senior management positions for corporate companies and SMEs. 

Within these roles, Peter has led an extensive number of business functions from sales and project management through to establishing global supply chains, driving customer relations and delivering operational efficiencies. 

Both Simon and Peter will work closely with the UK Board, taking responsibility for overall strategy and execution and overseeing ENGIE Fabricom’s end to end service delivery including implementation, customer service and driving operational excellence across the business.

Both appointments come on the back of a refocused ENGIE Fabricom which will concentrate on the core strengths of the business; detailed design and engineering, modular construction and ongoing maintenance support. 

Speaking about his new role and Peter’s appointment, Simon said: “I am very excited to have this opportunity of leading ENGIE Fabricom into its next stage of development and working alongside Peter to do this. The future, we’re pleased to say, is positive for the business. We have refocused our efforts to concentrate on our core strengths and have made internal changes to make sure our processes and systems are as efficient as they can be. 

“We have a deep pool of talent, a well-established customer base and a visible pipeline for this year and - with the continued support from ENGIE Group - we are confident 2021 can be a solid year for ENGIE Fabricom.”

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