Top Scottish building services and construction contractor, McGill welcomes another new director to further strengthen the board as the business continues to grow. Sharon Craig joins McGill as Director of Finance with responsibility for supporting the continued rapid and profitable growth of the business.
McGill, who continue to solidify its position as a strong mid-tier contractor in the North East of Scotland, operating right across the country, have bolstered the top team in recent months in response to rapid and significant growth of the business. Sharon Craig joins recently recruited Commercial Director, Douglas Smith, who has been in position since April.
Sharon’s appointment is a signal of continued growth and the ambition of McGill. Sharon, an experienced financial and commercial leader, joins the team having held the same position with global aquaculture technology company, Ace Aquatec, and previously, a number of financial and commercial roles within established local companies; Insights and YoYo Games.
McGill already has several large public sector and commercial contracts extending throughout 2021 and beyond, and has continued to win new, large-scale projects as the lockdown period comes to an end. To that end, Sharon Craig has been appointed as McGill’s Director of Finance, tasked with supporting the rapid growth of the business, ensuring sustainability and profitability.
McGill Managing Director Errol Lawrie comments; “We are delighted to appoint Sharon and excited to have with us as we continue our rapid growth and further strengthen our board. Sharon is not only an experienced Financial Director, her commercial insight and understanding will support our team as we continue to win more complex and challenging contracts throughout Scotland.”
Sharon added; “McGill is a company with a long history in the region and I am proud and delighted to be joining the team. It is exciting to join McGill, which is part of the United Capital family at this time and I am looking forward to supporting the team to achieve our ambitious goals.”