Lawrie Haynes has left his position as chief executive of White Young Green
after less than 18 months at the helm of the engineering and design consultancy.
The board of the company, which employs 3,000 staff, said
a statement today Haynes was leaving the company ‘by mutual agreement’.
Paul Hamer, currently the chief operating officer, will become group managing
Haynes was a former outsourcing partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers between
1999 and 2000 and was also previously the chief executive of nuclear clean-up
specialist British Nuclear Group.
White Young Green chairman Peter Wood, said: ‘We will have a more efficient
cost base and our business model will be focused on the key commercial growth
areas as outlined in our business strategy. The board believes the changes we
are making today underpin that strategy.’
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