Maria O'Connor, Ecogee, p We Are Pink

Maria O'Connor began her role as operations director at Ecogee in January. Credit: via We Are Pink

Ecogee appoints operations director

Maria O’Connor has been promoted at the Aintree-based energy and construction specialist, part of The Regenda Group.

O’Connor was previously the operations manager at Ecogee, having joined the firm in 2022 from Penny Lane Builders where she was head of compliance. O’Connor has 15 years of experience and has previously worked at Warmer Energy Services.

As operations director, O’Connor will be charged with ensuring the company meets its strategic objectives in terms of growth and financial targets. Ecogee is already lined up to reach £18m in turnover this year.

“Maria has worked in senior roles in the construction industry for more than a decade, and her expertise is something we truly value here at Ecogee,” said Brendan Helm, the company’s managing director.

“Maria will continue to lead the delivery of our excellent retrofit service to customers,” he said. “I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate her in her new role.”

As one part of The Regenda Group, Ecogee works closely with sister company M&Y Maintenance Construction. M&Y’s managing director, Gill Kelly, also shared her congratulations on O’Connor’s promotion.

“Maria’s strong performance, dedication and dynamism, have secured her a promotion to the role of operations director within Ecogee,” Kelly said.

“Maria heads up a team of talented individuals who are improving the energy efficiency of homes across the North West whilst delivering real, tangible social value as part of every contract, which is at the heart of everything Ecogee deliver.”

Recent Ecogee projects include Cobalt Housing’s £4.7m decarbonisation scheme and estate upgrade.

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