Sep 18 2017
Above: Natalie Keogh has been appointed Interim Organisational Development Director at John Henry Group
LEADING independent integrated infrastructure delivery partner John Henry Group today (Monday, September 18th) announces the appointment of Interim Director, Natalie Keogh.
Natalie joins John Henry Group as Interim Organisational Development Director to oversee a strategic human resources and people development programme, in line with the company’s ongoing future growth agenda.
John Henry Group has grown 35 per cent in each of the past two financial years and Natalie’s considerable senior management and process development skills obtained in the utilities arena at companies such as EON and Haven Power, will ensure the group continues to grow carefully and responsibly and offer continued development opportunities to its clients, staff, supply chain and stakeholders.
“It is an exciting time for John Henry Group, a very successful company that has grown quickly within a relatively short period of time,” said Natalie, who holds an MBA and is PRINCE2 qualified.
“I am looking forward to working with colleagues across the business to understand and address the challenges that arise from such fast growth.”
“Together we will work to embed within the organisation solid foundations for people growth and development across the group creating an environment that enables our people to thrive and one that continues to cultivate the strong reputation we have with our customers.”
Commenting on Natalie Keogh’s appointment, Pat Henry, John Henry Group CEO, added: “Natalie joins the business during an exciting period of growth, combining considerable experience from her background in utilities with an impressive CV as a leader in senior management positions.”
“Her experience will prove to be vital as our business continues to experience growth, development and progression.”
“A result of this boom in the telecoms market has also led to considerable growth within our business, leading to jobs and opportunities for our prospective employees and our existing colleagues.”
Notes to editors:
Founded in 1985, in Cambridge, John Henry Group offers fully integrated services across the planning, design and maintenance of telecoms utilities and highways infrastructure projects
Approximately 85 per cent of our core business comes from the telecoms arena
John Henry Group employs more than 1,300 people across the United Kingdom, operating a highly mobile and responsive fleet in excess of 600 vehicles
Our core clients include major telecommunications providers, public sector organisations, county councils and blue chip broadband ISPs
John Henry Group has grown 35 per cent in the past financial year (2016/17)
The company remains privately owned with is Operations Centre and head office in Cambridge