FM Conway has bolstered its senior team with promotions in key divisions, aiming to support its ongoing focus on developing its core highways services.
The infrastructure services company has appointed Julian Wynn as divisional director for its cleansing and traffic management divisions while Rhiannon Morgan has been promoted to commercial director within the aggregate and asphalt division.
Chief operating officer Andrew Hansen said: ‘For over 50 years, FM Conway has been a market leader in delivering highways services across London and the south of England.
'Julian and Rhiannon’s appointments strengthen the specialist expertise we have within the business and our ability to provide services for clients across the full lifecycle of their highway assets.’
Mr Wynn will be responsible for leading the commercial direction of the cleansing and traffic management divisions, which provide services for local authorities, network operators and commercial organisations as part of FM Conway’s highways self-delivery model, as well as delivering standalone projects for clients.
FM Conway said it has invested heavily in its cleansing and traffic management capabilities in recent years and currently has one of the largest fleets of highways cleansing, jetting and CCTV surveying vehicles in the South East of England and cleans over a million road gullies every year.
Since joining the company in 2016 Ms Morgan has led the integration of acquisitions United Asphalt and Berkshire Macadams into the business, as well as driving forward the company’s partnership with surfacing specialist Toppesfield.
In her new role she will continue to lead expansion of the business’ asphalt sales and focus on supplying innovative materials for customers.
FM Conway owns and operates six asphalt manufacturing plants across London and the South of England, as well as a Polymer Modified Bitumen (PMB) plant at Gravesend.