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New managing director for Spadeoak

Victoria Smith

Victoria Smith appointed as head of Aggregate Industries’ specialist contracting business

AGGREGATE Industries have appointed Victoria Smith as the new managing director of their specialist contracting business Spadeoak.

Ms Smith (pictured), who has been with Aggregate Industries for more than 15 years, will take up her new position from 2 November, when she will also join the senior leadership team of Aggregate Industries’ Contracting Division.

Working within the construction industry for nearly two decades, Ms Smith brings a wealth of experience. Having started her Aggregate Industries career in internal sales, most recently she was general manager of the Express Asphalt business.

Now joining the Spadeoak team, her role will involve providing a clear direction of growth for the business.

Commenting on her new appointment, she said: ‘I’m delighted to be taking on this new chapter in my career at Aggregate Industries and working together as a team to not only navigate the current challenges facing the sector but also capitalize on the exciting opportunities in the coming years.

‘As experts in our field, I’m looking forward to being part of the strategic growth of Spadeoak in which we continue to not only meet but exceed customer service and expectation.’

Paddy Murphy, managing director of Aggregate Industries’ Contracting Division, said: ‘We welcome Victoria to Spadeoak, and my senior management team, and look forward to her bringing a huge amount of customer focus, expertise and experience to the business.

‘Her understanding of Aggregate Industries, our products and services are second to none and will only boost and heighten the continuous excellent customer service we provide across the array of sectors we work with.’

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