ISG’s managing director of construction leaves the company after 18 months in the role
ISG’s managing director of construction Alan McCarthy-Wyper has left the company after 18 months in the role.
McCarthy-Wyper joined ISG in April 2013. Prior to joining the contractor and fit-out giant he was a director of Balfour Beatty Rail.
His departure from ISG follows a restructure that saw the construction business shrink to operate across four regions.
David Lawther, ISG’s chief executive, said McCarthy-Wyper had “played a pivotal role” in restructuring the UK construction business. He added: “I thank him for his achievements.”
ISG’s group risk director Phil Brown will now head up the construction business.
In its latest set of results ISG’s construction business reported an operating loss of £1.2m in the year to 30 June 2014, down from an operating profit of £1.6m the previous year.