• Brendan Kerr

    Brendan Kerr

    Chairman (Trade Association Director)
    Chief Executive, Keltbray Group Holdings Limited
    Brendan joined Keltbray in 1989 and became Chief Executive in 2003. Since then, Keltbray Group has developed into a £500m business, offering a diverse range of specialist engineering services. A sole shareholder, Brendan’s commitment over the years to training, development and innovation, has been integral to its sustainable growth. Brendan is a Fellow of the RICS and a lifetime Fellow of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award World Fellowship.
  • Andy Steele

    Vice-Chairman (Contractor Director)
    Group Chief Executive, Osborne
    Andy became Chief Executive of Osborne in April 2015. He had previously re-joined Osborne in July 2013 as a Board Director and Managing Director of Construction, having worked for the company earlier in his career. Andy has held senior management positions focusing on strategy development in a range of sectors, including construction.
  • Alan Robertson

    Contractor Director
    Chief Executive, VolkerWessels UK
    Alan joined VolkerWessels UK in September 2008 and has 30 years’ experience in the UK construction and infrastructure sectors. He has led the strategic development and growth of the group including implementing robust governance structures, driving operational improvements, reinforcing the safety culture and leading on the development of corporate responsibility.
  • Fabienne Viala

    Contractor Director
    Chairman, Bouygues UK
    Fabienne joined the Group in 1987, paving a successful career path, becoming Production Manager of Ile de France in 2001. During her time as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the management board of Bouygues Enterprise France Europe, she supervised complex D&B, PPP and Concession projects and was responsible for the delivery of 14 detention centres. She joined Bouygues Energies & Services in 2012, and was appointed Chief Executive Officer of its Western regions in 2015. Fabienne was appointed Chairman of Bouygues UK and UK Country Manager of Bouygues Construction in May 2016.
  • Greg Craig

    Contractor Director
    Chief Executive & President, Skanska UK
    Gregor was appointed President and CEO of Skanska UK in 2017, having previously run a number of Skanska UK operation units including Building, Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Services. Gregor is committed to developing strong customer relationships and is passionate about the highest standards of Health, Safety and Well Being across the industry.
  • Julie White

    Trade Association Director
    Managing Director, D-Drill (Master Drillers) Ltd
    Julie is Managing Director of ‘D-Drill’ a Diamond Drilling & Sawing Company & is currently the first woman to Chair the ‘Drilling and Sawing Association’ (DSA). She sits on the CITB National Council, Chairs the BuildUK CITB reform group & was past president of the ‘International Association of Concrete Drillers and Sawers’ (IACDS). For her business accolades & championing apprentices she won ‘Business Women of the Year’ in 2011.
  • Tim Hopkinson

    Trade Association Director
    Managing Director, E Poppleton & Son Ltd, Member of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA)
    Tim is the Managing Director of E Poppleton & Son Ltd and after completing an apprenticeship he now has almost 40 years of experience in the engineering, construction and building services sectors. He has served for two years as President of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), the UK's leading trade association for building engineering services contractors.
  • James Talman

    Trade Association Director
    Chief Executive, National Federation of Roofing Contractors
    James was appointed CEO of the NFRC in 2017. He has extensive knowledge of the sector both in contracting and supply at Board level in the UK and abroad. His early career was in the European automotive sector. James is committed to raising standards across the sector, linked to recognition to those who follow this path, along with ensuring the industry is attractive for new entrants.