South West Construction AGM recognises two decades of excellence

The 2022 Constructing Excellence South West Annual General Meeting (AGM) marks the end of an era as Andrew Carpenter steps down from his role as CEO.

The event, which is set to take place in Somerset County Club, Taunton on Thursday 24 November is a momentous date in the South West construction calendar, and this year it will focus on the club’s achievements from across the last two decades.

Current CEO, Andrew Carpenter, announced he was standing down from his role as the organisation’s leader earlier this year, and the club’s annual general meeting is his final day in the role.

Each year the AGM welcomes club members, the board and other professionals from within the industry to review CESW’s annual activity, and this year special recognition will be paid to Andrew’s contribution since creating the organisation in 2003.

As well as looking back, the future direction of CESW will also be discussed as the organisation embarks on a new chapter.

Dan Macey, Chair of CESW Board, said: “This year’s annual general meeting will be an incredibly important part of CESW history as Andrew steps down from his role as CEO.

“Throughout the years, Andrew’s contribution to CESW has been significant. His energy, enthusiasm, knowledge and sheer passion for best practice have no doubt been fundamental to the organisation’s success.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming professionals from within the South West construction industry to not only celebrate the last two decades but to also share our plans and ambitions for the future.”

The Annual General Meeting and luncheon runs from 10.00am and 1.00pm on Thursday 24 November at Somerset County Club, Taunton.

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