Hawkins Construction Ltd chief executive Chris Hunter has announced the resignation of Fraser Wyllie, general manager of Hawkins Infrastructure.
“Fraser was instrumental in the establishment of the Hawkins Infrastructure division, along with Brian FitzGerald,” Mr Hunter says. “During this time Fraser has worked tirelessly to create a highly successful and recognised business where none previously existed.”
Hawkins Infrastructure is an operating division of Hawkins Construction Ltd formed in 2007 to target energy, transport, water, marine and environmental projects in New Zealand and overseas. It currently employs 90 staff out of a total 535 for the wider Hawkins group.
“Under Fraser’s leadership Hawkins Infrastructure has created an exceptional track record in the delivery of major projects that are a credit to the already rich history of our business. Fraser leaves Hawkins with my utmost respect and the respect of our team.”
Hawkins Infrastructure has current commitments to build $300 million worth of projects throughout New Zealand. Operations manager Brian FitzGerald will assume leadership of Hawkins Infrastructure in an interim capacity until a permanent replacement has been found.