Terry Dugdale has been appointed the Chief Operating Officer of the gas and multi-utility business of Sheffield’s infrastructure and services provider, Fulcrum.
He joins the company from Wolseley UK, where he was Trading Director of Wolseley Infrastructure companies: Fusion Utilities, Utility Power Systems and Utility Fibre Systems and MCA-Fusion Hire.
He is an Incorporated Engineer and member of the Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers and the Institute of Directors.
With an established track record of driving innovation and new technology, Mr Dugdale will use his extensive experience in the utility contracting sector and gas distribution networks to further expand Fulcrum’s capabilities and reinforce its industry-leading position.
He started his career with British Gas and progressed into several senior operational management roles in the independent multi-utility contracting sector where he was responsible for the operational delivery and growth of these businesses.
He is an Incorporated Engineer and is a member of both the Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers and the Institute of Directors.
“I’m focussed on evolving the industry-leading services Fulcrum provides by expanding its capabilities and investing in the future,” he said.
“I want our customers to know they are guaranteed a high-quality service first time, every time.”
Martin Harrison, CEO of Fulcrum, added: “Terry joins Fulcrum at a very exciting time as it continues to strengthen its position in the utility infrastructure market
“Our considerable ambitions are reflected by his appointment as Chief Operating Officer. Terry’s extensive experience within the industry makes him a perfect fit for Fulcrum and its continued strategic growth.
“He will play a pivotal role as the Group continues to invest in the business to drive sales growth, operational delivery and achieve even higher levels of customer satisfaction. We wish Terry a successful career with the Fulcrum Group.”