Adam Tucker Andrew Clarkson Sue Currey and Neil Trubshaw Caddick p. Truth PR

From the left, pictured are Adam Tucker, Andrew Clarkson, Sue Currey, and Neil Trubshaw. Credit: via Truth PR

Caddick grows with senior hires

Neil Trubshaw and Sue Currey bring more than 20 years of experience to their roles as commercial director and HR business partner, respectively.

Both have been appointed to work across Caddick Construction Group’s nationwide team, which has offices in Warrington, Yorkshire, and Kendal. Caddick employs more than 300 people.

Trubshaw joins the group from Wates Construction with 24 years of experience in the construction industry. He joined Wates in 1998, where he worked his way up from assistant surveyor to commercial director.

Joining from Equans, where she held a similar role, Currey also has 24 years of experience. Her responsibilities as HR business partner include ensuring the welfare of the group’s employees and attracting new talent.

Trubshaw and Currey will split their time between the company’s North West and Yorkshire offices.

Paul Dodsworth, managing director of Caddick Construction Group, said: “The expertise and skill we have in our business lends itself to our ambitious growth plans and our recent appointments and promotions will be fundamental to unlocking that potential.”

Caddick Construction began work as the main contractor on PlaceFirst’s £35m Central Street project in Bolton last month, which is expected to complete in summer 2025.

Trubshaw added: “The success of Caddick Construction over recent years is owed to the incredible expertise and capability the business holds, and it’s a really exciting time as we look at harnessing that potential and growing into new regional markets.”

The company has also made internal promotions to oversee its Yorkshire and North East projects. Adam Tucker has been promoted to design director and Andrew Clarkson to construction director for the regions.

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