ISG’s construction COO to leave after less than a year
ISG’s chief operating officer of its construction division, Gordon Kew, is to leave the business after less than a year.
Kew, who was previously Interserve’s managing director of UK construction until a restructure in August last year, is expected to leave at the end of this month.
ISG is thought to be in the process of lining up a successor to Kew but no announcement has yet been made.
Meanwhile, three regional directors have also left ISG. They include the managing director of the North and Scotland arm, Andy McLinden, and Paul Munro, who led the business in the North West.
A spokesman said: “We can confirm that Gordon Kew will be leaving the business later this month to pursue other opportunities. We would like to thank Gordon for his contribution and wish him the very best for the future.
“We can also confirm that Andy McLinden has taken the decision to leave ISG after nearly nine years with the business, to pursue other opportunities. Earlier in 2019, Andy appointed Paul Beaton as leader of our Scotland business, and Tim Harvey continues to lead the North East business. We are actively recruiting for a new leader for the North West, after the departure of Paul Munro.”