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Mainzeal appointments

Mainzeal recently appointed Peter Gomm to the new position of chief operating officer.

“We are delighted to have a person of Peter’s talents join Mainzeal, bringing as he does a wealth of experience in the construction and development industry, both in New Zealand and offshore, and most recently in a senior role at Westfield New Zealand,” Mainzeal chair Jenny Shipley said.

Mrs Shipley also announced the appointment of a new Auckland area manager, Martin Fahey, who will take up this role in April following his leadership role on the Corrections Department construction project at Spring Hill.

Mr Fahey will take over from Roger Feast who returns to Wellington, having been the acting area manager in Auckland since October 2005.
Finally, Darren Mason was appointed area manager for the Central region, where he succeeds Marcus Poor. Mr Mason commenced his new role in February.

“These key appointments complete the review process which focused on adding strength to our experienced senior management team,” Mrs Shipley says.

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