Caddick Construction’s North West regional managing director, Ian Threadgold, has announced his imminent retirement.
Threadgold launched Caddick’s North West arm in 2014 and has grown it to become one of the leading contractors in the region worth £250 million, with a 130-strong team operating out of offices in Warrington and Kendal.
Its blue-chip clients include Bruntwood, St. Modwen, Chancerygate, Network Space, Red Sun, Quorum, United Healthcare Development Limited, and Guinness Trust.
Threadgold began his career as a trainee site engineer at 16 before working for a variety of national and regional contracting organisations, progressing from engineer to project manager to contracts manager to construction director.
He said: “I am very proud of everything we’ve achieved since Caddick Construction was launched, we’ve delivered some fantastic projects in a variety of sectors including the likes of Base Building at Manchester Science Park, South Lakes Porsche Centre at Carnforth and Arden Square at Crewe. We have also developed a very strong presence in the residential market.
“By far the highlight for me though is the team of talented people I leave behind at Caddick, many of whom I have worked with throughout their entire careers. Our business has rightly earned a strong reputation as a trusted construction partner, and the strength of our client relationships is due to our consistent delivery of high-quality projects. None of that would be possible without the skills, experience, and commitment of our team. When I retired, I wanted to leave behind a great business as a leading regional contractor in a strong financial position for future success and I believe I have achieved this.”
Threadgold’s retirement follows Caddick’s most successful year to date in the North West region, with a turnover of more than £180 million and a strong secured forward order book.
Paul Dodsworth, Caddick Construction group MD, said: “What Ian has achieved for Caddick Construction in the North West over the last nine years is nothing short of outstanding. Caddick’s reputation in the North West has been hard-earned by Ian and his team through dedication and a commitment to delivering impeccable standards. We wish Ian well in his retirement and promise to build on his legacy.”
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