Fletcher Building executive goes to Meridian

Mark Binns

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Mark Binns is Meridian Energy’s new chief executive. He will replace Tim Lusk.

Mr Binns is the chief executive of Fletcher Building’s largest division – infrastructure.

He has been with Fletcher Building and its predecessor, Fletcher Challenge Limited, for 22 years. During this period he was responsible for operations in Australia, Asia, South America, USA and the South Pacific, as well as New Zealand.

He has been integrally involved in some of New Zealand's largest infrastructure projects, including Waterview, Eden Park, Sky City, Te Papa and the Manapouri tunnel. A qualified lawyer, Mr Binns also previously worked as a Simpson Grierson partner.

Mr Binns will be based in Wellington. and the date on which he will take up his new position will be announced as soon as it is finalised.


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