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Posted on April 24th, 2009

Key management appointment announced by PROjEN

PROjEN has announced the appointment of Nevin Elliott to their Executive Management Team tasked to help with the delivery of the PROjEN Business Plan for 2009 and beyond.

Following a rigorous selection process PROjEN were recently confirmed as one of the management teams responsible for the delivery of project management services to GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) Capital Projects. As a consequence of the decision to retain their services PROjEN is pleased to announce that from the 1st April 2009 Nevin will be taking up his new Senior Management role.

The appointment comes following a £multi-million Management Buyout (MBO) of PROjEN backed by The Co-operative Bank which was completed on Friday 6th February 2009 and saw the creation of a new management team and structure. The MBO team was led by the then MD, John Taylor, now Executive Chairman and Martin Seabrook, the new Managing Director.

Nevin’s role will continue to include the development and management of the site based teams at GSK ensuring that local demand is satisfied, supplemented by flexible home office support, but will also entail a more ‘roving’ brief to ensure greater consistency of delivery to all of the GSK sites as the business moves forward.

Nevin originally joined PROjEN in 2005 as Team Leader & Principal Process Engineer Working for GSK R&D Capital Projects (Process) on a variety of projects for Tonbridge, Beckenham and Stevenage sites. Nevin’s responsibilities included front end design and feasibility studies, project engineering, and various other process and project engineering duties. In October 2007 he became GSK Account Manager and became responsible for identification of new business opportunities; additional projects and the delivery of a wide selection of specialist business improvement products.

Martin Seabrook, Managing Director said “It gives me great pleasure in congratulating Nevin on his new appointment as part of the Executive Management Team. These are exciting times for PROjEN and I am pleased that Nevin will be an active part of our future decision making process.”

Nevin said “I have been working on behalf of PROjEN and GSK for the past four years and I am delighted to accept the appointment as part of PROjEN’s Executive Management Team. I am looking forward to developing my new role at PROjEN and growing the PROjEN relationship within GSK.

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