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New CEO at Taziker


Steve Corcoran has been named as the new chief executive officer of multi-disciplinary specialist contractor Taziker, starting on 1 October 2020.

He has had a distinguished career in the construction sector, operating at board level in both public and private businesses, including nine years as CEO of Speedy Hire.  More recently Steve has been advising on a number of investment opportunities in the UK and Europe.

Adrian Ringrose, Taziker.

Steve joins Taziker to lead its growth strategy as a leading provider of protective coatings, structural refurbishment and strengthening projects for the UK’s critical transport, utility, industrial and marine infrastructure.

Taziker chairman Adrian Ringrose said: “On behalf of everyone at Taziker, I am delighted to welcome Steve to the group. 

“He brings a wealth of leadership experience, commercial insight and business know-how that will benefit the business and the team enormously as we pursue our ambitious growth strategy.”

Steve Corcoran, Taziker.

Steve Corcoran responded: “I am delighted to be joining Taziker at this exciting time.

“Taziker is a long established, well respected specialist contractor, led by an experienced management team and supported by highly skilled personnel across the business. 

“As an organisation, Taziker is held in high regard by its clients and I look forward to working with them and the team as we look to grow and develop the business to meet its true potential”.


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