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Transfield Services Appoints Key Positions


Transfield Services Appoints Key Positions Within Road Maintenance Business

Infrastructure maintenance company, Transfield Services (NZ) Ltd, has appointed Mike Manion to a newly created role of executive manager of development for roads.

He will be responsible for accelerating Transfield Services’ business development and growth in the New Zealand road maintenance market and will be based at the company’s Hamilton office.

Prior to his appointment, Mike was Transfield Services’ senior roading contract manager. This position has been filled by Gary Cowley who will oversee the long term performance specified maintenance contract to Transit New Zealand for the North Auckland network.


Distributed on behalf of Transfield Services (NZ) Ltd by Donovan Boyd Communications, Auckland.

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