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Powerminster Gleeson appoints business development head

M&e firm Powerminster Gleeson Services has appointed Michael Burke to the post of head of business development.
Powerminster Gleeson appoints business development head
In his new role, Burke will lead the business development team, which includes regional offices in the North East, Midlands, North West and South East.

Powerminster Gleeson Services provides facilities management, and gas and electrical maintenance and installation services. Michael Burke, who previously worked for Orbis Plc as director of UK and Eire operations, said: 'I look forward to growing the business in all key markets'.

Burke added: 'Many organizations are looking to outsource their facilities management services and there are tremendous opportunities for well- resourced operators like ourselves that have a regional presence in many areas of the UK.'

Keith Shivers, managing director for Powerminster Gleeson Services, said: 'There are huge opportunities for our company moving forward, as we seek to extend our facilities management services even further in the private and public sectors.'

The MJ Gleeson Group is made up of four businesses including Gleeson Regeneration and Homes, Gleeson Strategic Land, Powerminster Gleeson Services and Gleeson Capital Solutions.
10 August 2009

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