Company will now have three separate businesses for capital works, regeneration and support services
Willmott Dixon has restructured the company and simplified its trading brands following last year’s re-acquisition of social housing group Inspace.
The new structure, which comes into effect in January, means the company will have three trading businesses Willmott Dixon Capital Works, Willmott Dixon Regeneration and Willmott Dixon Support Services, operating under the Willmott Dixon Holdings umbrella.
Willmott Dixon Capital Works will be led by John Frankiewicz and includes Willmott Dixon Construction, Willmott Dixon Interiors and a re-branded Willmott Dixon Housing (currently trading as Inspace Partnerships Regeneration and New Homes).
Willmott Dixon Regeneration will be led by Andrew Telfer while Chris Durkin will head up Willmott Dixon Support Services.
The three business chief executives will also join the Willmott Dixon Holdings board, sitting alongside chair Colin Enticknap and group chief executive Rick Willmott.
A company statement said: “These changes, which simplify the structure, preserve the breadth of service offering, create the flexibility needed to withstand recession, and unite all parts of Willmott Dixon Group under a well recognised brand, represent a natural evolution of a successful business in which positive change is always anticipated.”