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New regional director for Ringway

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Nick Goddard has joined Ringway as a Regional Director in the companies term services business responsible for highways work in the South of England.

Goddard has worked in senior roles in both the public and private sectors.  His experience covers consulting and term commissions, as well as highways contracting and integrated highway services both in the UK and internationally.

Chris Connor, Managing Director of Ringway said: “We are delighted that Nick has joined us.  Our ongoing success means that we are always looking to resource and organise the business effectively, so that we continue to deliver excellent services to our clients and their customers.

“Nick brings a wide range of highways services experience and he will work well with, and complement the skills we have within, Ringway’s senior management team.”

Goddard said:  “It is an exciting time to be joining such a well regarded organisation as Ringway.  We have a strong offering, with a number of significant opportunities on the horizon, including key contract retentions.

“As part of the wider Eurovia and Vinci Groups, we have substantial capability, resources and financial support behind us.

“Following a number of recent Ringway contract successes, this role provides me with an exciting opportunity to work with new and existing clients alike.

“I am particularly keen to further develop client relationships, help develop staff skills and competencies, and enhance service and contract performance.  I am really looking forward to the challenge ahead.”

Before joining Ringway, Goddard had a long and successful career with Mouchel, most recently as the role their National Director of Client Services.

Prior to that, he undertook a number of significant roles in integrated service joint ventures with AmeyMouchel and Scotland TranServ at both contract and JV Board level.

This experience culminated in Goddard developing another successful JV organisation in Western Australia where three Integrated Service contracts are now in operation.

Earlier in his career he worked in the public sector, most notably with Hertfordshire County Council.


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