Beijing Construction director resigns
BCEGI Construction UK, the Chinese contractor delivering Middlewood Locks, Airport City and St Michael’s in Manchester and Salford, has announced operations director Gavin Taylor will leave at the end of 2016 after three years with company.
Details of Taylor’s next move have not yet been confirmed. His work at BCEGI will be picked up by Dongwen Yu, director, who has been at the company since 2009.
Taylor said: “I have immensely enjoyed the past three years working with the company. It has been a privilege to work with the team and I am sure BCEGI will continue its expansion and success here.”
BCEGI is working on three projects in the North West: the £800m Airport City Manchester, where BCEGI is an equity and construction partner working alongside Manchester Airports Group, Carillion PLC and the Greater Manchester Pension Fund; £700m Middlewood Locks development in Salford city centre for Scarborough Group International; £200m St Michael’s scheme in Manchester city centre as an equity and construction partner along with Rowsley and Jackson’s Row Development Partnership owned by Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Brendan Flood.