A global asset management and construction consultancy has appointed a new head of its Birmingham office.
Gary Church has joined the city centre operation of Currie & Brown having held several senior positions at industry firms such as MDA Consulting, Gleeds, Capita Architecture and Willmott Dixon.
He brings more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry for both consultancies and contractor organisations and has acquired experience across a range of business sectors.
In his new role, his focus will be on working collaboratively with new and existing clients with an emphasis on innovation.
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Mr Church is also the founder and chairman of Business for Birmingham, a membership networking organisation for property and construction professionals.
Neil Brierley, Currie & Brown’s regional managing director for England and Wales, said: “I am delighted we have been able to bring Gary to Currie & Brown at what is an exciting time in the growth of the business.
“He is an experienced business leader with extensive knowledge of the Birmingham and wider Midlands market.
“This, combined with his experience of both contracting and consulting across multiple sectors, will undoubtedly be of considerable benefit to our clients.
“His recruitment is yet another strategic investment in our business and a further statement of our continued ambition.
“The growth of our presence in the Midlands is a key target for the business and I am certain that, under Gary’s leadership, the Birmingham office will go from strength to strength.”