Plant hire association boss resigns after seven months


The Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) has accepted the resignation of chief executive Stu McInroy after just seven months. 

Construction Plant-hire Association chief executive Stu McInroy. (Credit: LinkedIn).

McInroy joined the organisation in June this year having previously been the chief executive of the Road Safety Markings Association for more than five years. 

The reason for his resignation is unknown, but it will come into effect on 8 March 2024. 

Further news about the position of CPA chief executive will be announced in due course, it confirmed.  

CPA president Brian Jones said: “On behalf of the CPA Council and the CPA team, we would like to thank Stu for his service to the CPA and wish him well in his future endeavours. The CPA has a great team of professional and dedicated staff and our primary focus is to continue to provide first-class support to CPA members and to continue to put construction plant-hire at the forefront of policy makers’ minds.” 

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