National construction company nmcn Plc has appointed Vip Gandhi as the new Managing Director of its Highways Business Unit.

Vip previously worked for engineering consultancy Jacobs for over 20 years, where he was the Vice President of Highways & Transportation Infrastructure.

During his career spanning over 30 years, Vip contributed to  £multibillion highways and rail projects across Europe and Asia valued circa from £500m to £6 billion including HS2 (C1 ALIGN JV), the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon, Lower Thames Crossing and smart motorways.

Vip said: “I’m really excited to be joining nmcn, it is a great company with an incredible history and talented people who have the ambition to drive the company forward.

“I am really passionate about leading teams and getting the best out of people which contributes to offering customers unique superior value. Building on nmcn’s Positive Impact Plan and using my experience, I can introduce a number of visions and strategies to  further develop the team and our services.”

John Homer, chief executive officer of nmcn, said: “We are delighted to welcome Vip to nmcn. His senior leadership experience in the construction industry will add greatly to moving our strategy forward.


“Vip is a leader of people who inspires, motivates and drives exceptional business performance and acumen. He is an energetic, goal-orientated and organised individual with fantastic leadership traits. Vip has built a strong reputation for talent identification, building high performing teams and communicating authentically.”

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