Internal appointment to run Fletcher Building's construction division

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Fletcher Building  has appointed Graham Darlow as chief executive of its construction division.

The appointment follows the decision to separate the company's infrastructure division into two, with the creation of individual construction and concrete divisions.

As chief executive of the construction division, Mr Darlow will run Fletcher Building's engineering and general construction business, the South Pacific construction business, residential house building activities, and Fletcher EQR, which is managing residential repairs for the Earthquake Commission in Canterbury.

He has been with Fletcher Building since 1989 and is currently the general manager of Fletcher Construction Engineering.


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Seems to be a good move for them at least for now..

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