Fletcher appoints Phillip Boylen to head construction division

Staff reporters
Mon, 02 May 2022

Fletcher Building has appointed Phillip Boylen to replace Peter Reidy as chief executive of its construction division.Boylen previously headed the Brian Perry Civil and Higgins subsidiaries which account for about 70% of the construction division.Before joining Fletcher in 2019, Boylen held senior roles in United Group, Downer and Tenix. Fletcher Building chief executive Ross Taylor is a former Tenix managing director."Phillip brings a highly relevant skillset to the role, with deep industry knowledge across large projects, construction wo...

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