Moits appoints Stockland veteran

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FORMER Stockland, Westfield and AMP executive Stephen Bull has been appointed to the board of civil contractors Moits.

The company has delivered $100 million worth of work in the last 12 months and has commenced the financial year with more than $70 million of work-in-hand, which includes the New Sydney Fish Markets, Concord Hospital Redevelopment, Mastery by Crown, Macquarie Exchange and Liverpool Civic Place.

Bull is a 20-year industry veteran who was formerly Stockland group executive and chief executive officer of its retirement villages business,

“Stephen brings deep experience in property development, management and financial transactions from his time in executive roles with Westfield, AMP and Stockland,” Moits chief executive officer, Dale Clark said.

“His experience in leading strategy, profit centres, property transactions and major mergers and acquisitions in numerous sectors will contribute significant strategic foresight that we as a company value and look for.

“We have been deliberate in revitalising the company to ensure its way forward aligns with industry need, our extensive capabilities and where we see forward-growth in the civil construction space, and this has meant attracting the right people who can help guide and shape our growth for the long-term.”

Bull said Moits is “well regarded within the industry, have strong and credible management, and a genuine culture of working together and delivering exceptional outcomes for its clients”.

“There is a real opportunity within the sector to be a clear leader and to grow the business, and Moits is really well placed to grab that opportunity and run with it,” he said.