Dean was appointed Managing Director, UK Construction Services in June 2015.
Dean joined the Executive Committee in June 2015 as Managing Director, UK Construction Services, having first joined Balfour Beatty in April 2015 as Chief Operating Officer for the Regional and Mechanical & Electrical engineering services businesses.
His portfolio includes Balfour Beatty’s Regional construction business, Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick, a leading mechanical and electrical services business, Balfour Beatty Living Places, a local authority service provider and Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering.
He previously worked at Dunlop Aviation and Massey Ferguson.
Prior to those appointments, he served 14 years at FTSE 250 business De La Rue where he was the Managing Director of a number of divisions and sat on the executive committee.
Ray is President and CEO of the Group’s civil, rail and vertical construction businesses in the United States.
Ray Bond joined the worldwide Balfour Beatty Group in 1996 as the Finance Director for Balfour Beatty Rail in the United Kingdom. In 2003, he was asked to move to the U.S. to improve upon the performance of Balfour Beatty’s U.S. operations as CFO.
After achieving significant performance improvement in the U.S. businesses, in 2010, Ray became the President and CEO of Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc., the business responsible for delivering infrastructure, rail and water projects in the U.S. Six years later, he united the U.S. civil, rail and vertical construction businesses when he accepted the role of CEO of Balfour Beatty Construction.
Ray is a graduate of the Wharton Management School and the London Business School. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
Chris was appointed Group Chief Information Officer in July 2015.
He is responsible for IT strategy and delivery across the group, with key focus on delivering digital capability at the same time as reducing costs.
Prior to joining Balfour Beatty, Chris led the Operations team for a major UK software consultancy. He has extensive global IT leadership, with previous roles at Invensys, Schneider Electric, De La Rue and QinetiQ.
Ian was appointed Managing Director for Power Transmission and Distribution in October 2016.
Ian has over thirty years’ experience in the electricity and gas industries. He joined Balfour Beatty in 2013 to lead the landmark Beauly-Denny overhead line project in Scotland having previously worked for National Grid, Transco and British Gas. Ian is a Chartered Engineer and has a degree in civil engineering.
David was appointed Group General Counsel and Head of Legal in July 2015, and Company Secretary in April 2016.
David joined the Group in 2011. He has key responsibility for Group Legal and Ethics and Compliance.
Prior to joining Balfour Beatty, David served at BP for 23 years, where he held a number of senior positions internationally, and in private practice. He is qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales and Australia
John was appointed Chief Executive Officer with responsibility for the railway business in February 2012.
From 2009 until his appointment he was the Managing Director of Balfour Beatty Engineering Services, the company he helped form through the merger of Haden Young and Balfour Kilpatrick (BK). He was appointed Managing Director of BK in 2004 having previously been the Managing Director of Carillion's M&E company, Crown House Engineering. Earlier in his career he worked in the Middle East. He has an MBA from the University of Strathclyde and is Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Paul was appointed Human Resources Director in 2005 having joined the Group in 1996.
Paul is responsible for ensuring that the people practices and leadership development throughout the Group are aligned and support the achievement of the business strategy. An essential element of Paul's role is to ensure the business recruits and retains sufficient talented people to achieve the business strategy together with equipping the current workforce with the skills to develop both professionally and personally. Prior to joining Balfour Beatty, Paul held a variety of HR positions in Alstom, Massey Ferguson and United Biscuits.
Ian joined the Executive Committee as CEO of the Investments division in June 2012.
He is responsible for the future growth and development of our investments portfolio in the UK and USA. He also has responsibility for the safe and efficient delivery of our extensive UK highways portfolio for Highways England.
Before he was promoted to CEO, Ian was Managing Director of Balfour Beatty Investments for 10 years. During that time Balfour Beatty Investments grew significantly to become a major value generator for the Group.
Ian's career started with Rolls-Royce plc in 1988 where he spent 10 years in a number of sales finance and business development roles before joining Balfour Beatty in 1999. Ian has an MBA from Durham University.
A chartered civil engineer, Stephen first joined the Balfour Beatty Group in 1981 as a graduate engineer.
He is responsible for the Group's Major Projects business which spans an extensive major infrastructure project portfolio across the UK including HS2, nuclear new build at Hinkley and Wylfa, nuclear decommissioning at Sellafield, Thames Tideway and Crossrail.
Steve also acts as Balfour Beatty's shareholder representative on the Board of the company’s Far East Joint Venture business Gammon Construction which operates in Hong Kong and Singapore.
Stephen has an MBA from City University and is a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.