Altrincham’s McGoff Construction Services is expanding and has appointed two new directors to drive forward its self-delivery ethos.
Currently McGoff Construction Services comprises multi-award winning principal contractor McGoff Construction, off-site pioneer Panacea Building Systems and total FM, fitout and passive fire specialists McGoff Group Facilities Services.
Two new companies have been established; a new mechanical and electrical (M&E) company known as EdenCroft Building Services and a dedicated housing division called McGoff Housing.
Peter Croft joins the group as managing director of the new M&E business.
With more than 35 years’ experience, Peter plans to develop a dynamic team responsible for full M&E delivery of McGoff Group schemes together with other third-party opportunities.
These projects will seamlessly align with the bespoke and often complex requirements of the McGoff Group operational businesses.
Peter said: “The self-delivery approach is really refreshing in the sector and offers far more control from within. I’m really excited to bring my skill set to the business to help continue the successful growth of the group.”
The new housing division residing within McGoff Construction, known as McGoff Housing, will be led by Lee Sale who is appointed as director of housing for the UK.
This new division will develop a social housing offering through partnerships, frameworks and relationships with social housing providers.
Wealth of experience
Lee, who brings a wealth of expertise having worked for Bellway, Wates Group and Lovell Partnership over the last 20 years, will initially be working on current and future McGoff Group schemes including in Congleton and Glossop.
Lee adds: “There are over a million households currently on social housing waiting lists in England. Unfortunately, the current chronic shortage of social homes means there are not enough homes for the people who most urgently need it. I am delighted to be part of this new division and support the creation of affordable housing for those who have low incomes, special needs or other disadvantages.
“The societal benefits will be a fundamental mantra in our collective ambition to providing decent, secure and stable homes for millions of families who might otherwise struggle to find or afford suitable accommodation, whilst supporting the reduction of homelessness.”
Dean said: “My key focus is to build on the extensive track record the business has successfully garnered over the last 50 years. We offer a unique, vertically integrated approach, and I am delighted to welcome Peter and Lee on board and look forward to seeing these new divisions to our business flourish.”