Neil Hoey and Neil Hudson, Krol Corlett, p Krol Corlett

Neil Hoey and Neil Hudson step up to director roles at Krol Corlett. Credit: Krol Corlett

Two Neils become directors at Krol Corlett

Neil Hoey takes on the role of construction director, while Neil Hudson steps up to become commercial director at the construction firm, which has offices in Manchester, Liverpool, and Preston.

Hoey was a contracts manager with John Turner Construction before joining Krol Corlett as head of construction last year.

He will lead team and progress meetings, ensure projects are fully resourced, managed on time, and in budget.

Hoey said:  “I am eager to help lead with passion, drive, innovation, and draw from my experience to achieve our shared vision.

“I look forward to collaborating with our talented teams and partners to deliver outstanding results for both our existing and new clients.”

He added: “I would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to my fellow directors for their trust and support. Here’s to new beginnings and exciting challenges ahead.”

Hudson steps up from the role of commercial manager having joined Krol Corlett three years ago, after previously spending almost 10 years with Kier Group.

He has recent project experience on the £4m refurb of the 84 five-bedroom Cathedral Campus in Liverpool, and construction of two primary schools.

Hudson will now work alongside the operational team to oversee all commercial aspects of projects from tender stage to completion.

He said: “I’m looking forward to continuing to work with the very talented Krol Corlett team, along with our dedicated supply chain, to deliver high quality projects for our much-valued clients.

“Working with our trusted partners and some new clients we are on track for sustainable growth in our revenue stream.”

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