Earlier this week we announced that Daniel Easthope will be leaving his role as Managing Director of CarillionAmey in order to take on a wider role within Carillion support services as part of announcements they made earlier this week. Daniel will officially leave CarillionAmey on 1 October 2017 and his replacement will be announced in due course.
Over the coming weeks Daniel will be working closely with his senior team, clients and customers to ensure continuity of service delivery and a smooth handover to his replacement. Daniel will continue to support that transition, for as long as is necessary, beyond 1 October 2017.
Daniel has been with CarillionAmey for six years, our longest standing Managing Director, and has overseen a significant period of change across CarillionAmey and the defence estate.
Daniel stated: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at CarillionAmey and I’m grateful for all the support I have received from across CarillionAmey, DIO, the Chain of Command and our supply chain partners.
I’ll be sad to leave after six years of working on the defence estate, during which time we’ve seen a huge amount of change and some great achievements, including mobilisation to steady state of five NGEC contracts; delivery of hundreds of millions of pounds worth of investment projects; Gold Awards from ROSPA for Health and Safety excellence; Investors in People accreditation; and huge amounts of fundraising for SSAFA, the Armed Forces Charity.
I’d like to offer my personal thanks to everyone I’ve worked with during my time at CarillionAmey, I appreciate all the support we’ve received from our clients, customers and broader stakeholders and I’d like to extend out my best wishes for the future.”