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Simon Buttery was appointed as the Managing Director for Carillion's International business on October 1, 2017.
Simon has extensive international experience in Canada as President & CEO for Carillion Canada and most recently as the CEO of Carillion MENA.
Simon joined Wimpey Construction as a graduate engineer in 1984 and spent over 18 years delivering a number of prestigious developments across all sectors for the UK construction business. In 2003, Simon moved out to the Middle East as a Project Director, delivering several notable world class developments in Oman and Dubai.
Simon is a graduate of London South Bank University, where he studied Construction Engineering and Construction Management.
Nigel Franklin is Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Procurement for Carillion in Canada and the Caribbean since 2011. He is responsible for managing all external spend, excluding staff costs, as well as provisioning a consistent, high profile connection with the Supply Chain family across our global business. Nigel is also responsible for our Sustainability Program.
Nigel joined Carillion in 1986 as a Supply Chain Manager in the United Kingdom. In 2008, he was promoted to Supply Chain Director for Carillion Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Nigel is a graduate of St. George College in Surrey, England and holds a National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) international certificate.
Keith joined Carillion in 2013 as the Director of Compensation
and Benefits and was appointed to the Senior Vice President of
Human Resources in May 2017. Prior to Carillion, Keith worked at
PwC and IBM. Keith has over 25 years of experience in delivering
innovative human resources solutions in both generalist and
specialist roles. He has significant expertise in Canada and the US
in designing, implementing and managing leading edge human resource
Keith has a MBA from Athabasca University. He has his CHRL designation from the HRPA and his Global Remuneration Professional (GRP) and Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designations from World@Work.
Fleur Kitchingman is Senior Vice President of Legal and Corporate Secretary. She was appointed to her current position in August 2014 and is responsible for all legal considerations for Carillion's Canadian business.
Fleur joined Carillion in 2007 and has worked across the company's global operations, including the United Kingdom where she was principal solicitor for the construction business and in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), where she worked in Dubai with the Al-Futtaim Carillion joint venture and MENA teams.
Fleur is a graduate of Birmingham City University.
Tim Parsons is Senior Vice President of Commercial. Since 2011, he has been responsible for overseeing a portfolio of projects in the construction and services sectors.
Since joining Carillion in 1996, Tim has held roles of increasing responsibility within a number of project teams across Carillion's facilities maintenance and construction business in the United Kingdom. These roles have required input into business strategic planning with management and team motivation to deliver business objectives with regard to health and safety, work winning, operational performance, risk management and profitability.
Steve Thompson is Senior Vice President of Roads Maintenance. He joined Carillion in 1997 and over the following 10-year period, he delivered various rail asset management roles in the United Kingdom, including leading a flagship contract to maintain the UK's high speed rail route, CTRL. In 2007, Steve moved to the UAE where he led Carillion's portfolio of civil engineering packages to construct a vast aluminium smelter complex. Steve left the Middle East to take up his current role in 2015 having led, as Managing Director, Carillion's successful entry into Qatar securing both construction and services contracts with blue chip clients.
Steve has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nottingham and became a Chartered Engineer in 2005.