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Aarsleff Ground Engineering appoints new MD

Aarsleff Ground Engineering, the UK subsidiary of Danish construction company Per Aarsleff, has appointed a new managing director.

Kevin Hague, previously a company director, will now lead the piling contractor with immediate effect.

Kevin joined the business as piling manager in 2014 and was promoted to general manager a year later. He has since worked on major projects such as Crossrail and the Thameslink programme.


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Aarsleff Group engineering manager Stig Weis said: “Kevin has been an invaluable member of the company and a driving force behind its successful growth strategy and diversification.

“I hope you’ll all join me in congratulating Kevin on his outstanding performance and I will be looking forward to see the continued positive development in the UK business of Aarsleff Ground Engineering.”


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