Bouygues’ UK chief executive Rob Bradley is retiring from the company as the firm restructures its UK operations.
He will be succeeded by Fabienne Viala, who will also continue her roles as chair and UK country director for Bouygues Construction.
Bouygues UK will be restructured into three units, including two regional divisions. The unit for London and the South East will bring together the contracting and property-development teams, while the South West and Wales unit will focus on frameworks.
Meanwhile, the complex projects unit will concentrate on healthcare, science and research projects across the UK.
Bradley became Bouygues chief executive in 2018, after joining the company in 2011 with the acquisition of Leadbitter, where he was South West regional manager.
Viala said: “Rob has led Bouygues UK through some exceptionally challenging times for our sector and we are very grateful to him for his invaluable contribution to the business.
“These changes will enhance our design and construction abilities, create value, strengthen our brand in sustainable construction and enable us to better serve our clients.”