Raymond Brown makes double appointment
- 27 November 2011
- People in the News
Hampshire-based Raymond Brown Minerals & Recycling (RBMR) has announced two strategic appointments as Rob McGready and Andy Sykes take up new positions in the business.
Former area operations manager Rob takes on the role of heading up waste operations while Andy joins RBMR from Raymond Brown Construction (RBC) as area operations manager.
A veteran of the industry, Rob, 43, has more than a quarter of a century's experience in the minerals and recycling trade and has been at RBMR for the last three years. In his new role Rob will head operations at waste transfer sites at Thruxton, Casbrook Park in Romsey and the A303 Recycling Facility near Andover.
Andy, 49, a familiar face at the Raymond Brown Group for more than 26 years, joins the minerals and recycling arm of the business for the first time. Having managed projects for RBC dating back to the 80s including major works at Ascot Racecourse and most recently as Contracts Manager for Earthworks and Environmental department, Andy will now be managing quarries and recycling operations within RBMR's recycling facilities.
Raymond Brown Minerals & Recycling director Mark Isaac said: "Rob and Andy are both incredibly experienced individuals and their appointments demonstrate the wealth of talent throughout RBMR and across the group.
"Everyone is delighted to see the pair in their new roles and we are looking forward to seeing the positive impact they have on the business."
RBMR operates five recycling facilities across the south and recently launched a new skip hire sub-division, BROWNSKIPS.com.
Raymond Brown Group comprises RBMR, RBC, Raymond Brown Building and Wilkins Builders and was this year named as one of the fastest growing companies in Britain.