Liverpool-based construction company, Crossfield Group, has promoted three senior managers to its board of directors to help drive the growth of its specialist living and construction divisions.
Michael Macaulay becomes director of the company’s construction arm and David Dobson steps up to director of Crossfield Living. Lucy O’Connor will be a director of the overall group working across both divisions.
Speke-based Crossfield Group, which employs 65 people, said it is on course to pass £30m turnover in 2020.
The company was established by David Cain and John Paul Cassidy and works in education, health, commercial, senior living and residential across public and private sectors. Clients include Hugh Baird College, Cardinal Newman College, Onward Homes, Torus, Regenda, Great Places, City of Liverpool College, and For Housing.
David Cain said: “Crossfield has grown significantly since John Paul and I founded the business in 2012, and this is testament to the commitment and dedication of our people.
“Lucy, David and Michael have been a key part of this success and we are delighted to have appointed them as directors of the business. This not only further supports our ambitious growth targets over the coming years, but it gives the business wider leadership as we continue to expand our team.”
Like many members of Crossfield’s senior team, the new directors, who have each held senior management roles within the company before their move to the board, bring expertise from previous roles at major contractors including Wates and Willmott Dixon.