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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Mcnicholas Group


Position, Partnership

Department of Education & Learning


Affiliations

Pipeline Industries Guild

Member


Education

Director Studies Diploma

Institute of Directors


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McNicholas - Directors

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Barry McNicholas
Barry McNicholas Chief executive Barry was appointed chief Executive of McNicholas in July 2005. Prior to this, he successfully managed the company's gas and Northern Ireland businesses. He helped develop the McNicholas gas business from small beginnings into a major service provider in the sector and oversaw the expansion of the Northern Ireland business into the province's leading infrastructure service provider, subsequently expanding the company into the Scottish market. Under Barry's leadership the company has been successfully restructured, with its primary focus now being on the Utility, Infrastructure and Rail sectors. He has 25 years' experience in the Infrastructure arena. Graham was appointed Finance Director of McNicholas in 2011.


www.mccnicholas.com

Barry McNicholas
Barry McNicholas Chief executive Barry was appointed chief executive of McNicholas in July 2005. Prior to this, he successfully managed the company's gas and Northern Ireland businesses. He helped develop the McNicholas gas business from small beginnings into a major service provider in the sector over a 15-year period. Similarly, he oversaw the expansion of the Northern Ireland business into the province's leading infrastructure service provider, which moved successfully into Scotland too. Barry has four children and outside of McNicholas has interests including the arts and sport. Before joining McNicholas in 2004, Andrew was director of finance with Interior plc. With in excess of 15 years commercial experience in the construction sector, Richard joined McNicholas in April 2008, having worked on projects ranging from large transportation and defence projects through to highways maintenance and utility works.


McNicholas - The First Choice Utility Contractor

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Barry McNicholasChief Executive Barry was appointed Chief Executive of McNicholas Group in July 2005.Prior to this, Barry has been successfully managing our Gas and Northern Ireland Businesses.He had helped develop the Gas business from small beginnings into a major Service Provider in this sector over the last 15 years.Similarly, he has overseen the expansion of our Northern Ireland Business into the Province's leading infrastructure Service Provider, now operating successfully in Scotland too.Barry has four children and outside of McNicholas has interests including the Arts & Sports. Financial Director Prior to joining McNicholas in 2004, Andrew was Director of Finance with Interior plc.Human Resources Director Sharon joined McNicholas at the start of 2007 with more than 15 years experience as an HR Director.


Fulcrum - Utility sector first as new utility business alliance officially launches

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The new organisation, the first of its kind in the sector in mainland Britain, represents a radical shift in Fulcrum's supply chain model with McNicholas now actively contributing to the achievement of shared business goals and sharing leadership of alliance activity through a joint Board.
Welcoming the new opportunities created by the alliance relationship, McNicholas CEO Barry McNicholas said that a similar arrangement between the company and Phoenix Natural Gas in Northern Ireland had been transformational in terms of business growth for both parties. "This is a proven model which meets Fulcrum's desire to deliver sector-leading levels of service to customers by capitalising on the efficiencies and focus gained through concentrating on core competencies and working as if we were a single entity," said Mr. McNicholas. "The open, co-operative relationship we have in alliance means we share our strengths to the customer's benefit - Fulcrum in technical know how and design expertise and ourselves in logistics, mobilisation and operational delivery." The new alliance organisation follows Fulcrum's signing of a five-year framework deal with McNicholas as the company's sole contractor for utility connection works in England and Wales. Under the resulted alliance agreement, Martin Donnachie and Barry McNicholas lead a joint Board with shared financial objectives alongside McNicholas Networks Managing Director Roger Willey and Fulcrum Operations Director Ian Foster. The executive team leading the new Fulcrum alliance organisation. (L-R) Barry McNicholas (CEO McNicholas) Ian Foster (Fulcrum Operations Director) James Alexander (Fulcrum Head of Operations) Roger Willey (McNicholas Networks Managing Director) and Fulcrum CEO Martin Donnachie.


Fulcrum News

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"As sole contractor, McNicholas will become an intrinsic part of the Fulcrum Operations team, fully aligned to our aims, values and brand with some McNicholas staff working directly alongside our own expert teams," said Fulcrum Operations Director Ian Foster.
Fulcrum has utilised McNicholas since November 2011 on projects including Olympic Park and Glenkinchie Distillery. As sole contractor for utility works in England and Wales from 2nd June, the enhanced partnership with McNicholas now allows Fulcrum to guarantee consistent delivery in all regions as well as supporting innovation, new ways of working and flexibility in meeting customer needs. "We are totally committed to Fulcrum's overarching aim of delivering a great service to end customers," said McNicholas Chief Executive, Barry McNicholas. Operating under the Fulcrum brand, the new "alliance organisation" will be run by a joint Board and sees Fulcrum staff concentrating on core competencies of technical know-how and utility infrastructure design expertise while McNicholas contribute logistics, mobilisation and operational delivery support across gas, electricity and multi-utility connection works. "The new alliance structure allows for the removal of any element of duplication between Fulcrum and the work of McNicholas as our alliance partner and will deliver improvements in efficiencies and customer service," said Fulcrum CEO Martin Donnachie. McNicholas CEO Barry McNicholas, who joins the "Alliance Board" to contribute to leading the new partnership said, ''formalising an even closer bond under the Fulcrum banner will provide alignment of our business goals and consistency of delivery for our utility infrastructure clients across England and Wales". The new and simplified structure results from the new relationship McNicholas will enjoy with Fulcrum after being selected as sole alliance partner for gas, electricity and multi-utility connection works in June this year. Martin Donnachie and Barry McNicholas will lead the joint organisational Board alongside Roger Willey, Managing Director of McNicholas Networks and Fulcrum Operations Director Ian Foster. Collaborative working will galvanise an already excellent working relationship established with Fulcrum over many years," said Barry McNicholas. The new organisation, the first of its kind in the sector in mainland Britain, represents a radical shift in Fulcrum’s supply chain model with McNicholas now actively contributing to the achievement of shared business goals and sharing leadership of alliance activity through a joint Board. Welcoming the new opportunities created by the alliance relationship, McNicholas CEO Barry McNicholas said that a similar arrangement between the company and Phoenix Natural Gas in Northern Ireland had been transformational in terms of business growth for both parties. “This is a proven model which meets Fulcrum’s desire to deliver sector-leading levels of service to customers by capitalising on the efficiencies and focus gained through concentrating on core competencies and working as if we were a single entity,â€� said Mr. McNicholas. “The open, co-operative relationship we have in alliance means we share our strengths to the customer’s benefit â€" Fulcrum in technical know how and design expertise and ourselves in logistics, mobilisation and operational delivery.â€� The new alliance organisation follows Fulcrum’s signing of a five-year framework deal with McNicholas as the company’s sole contractor for utility connection works in England and Wales. Under the resulted alliance agreement, Martin Donnachie and Barry McNicholas lead a joint Board with shared financial objectives alongside McNicholas Networks Managing Director Roger Willey and Fulcrum Operations Director Ian Foster. The executive team leading the new Fulcrum alliance organisation. (L-R) Barry McNicholas (CEO McNicholas) Ian Foster (Fulcrum Operations Director) James Alexander (Fulcrum Head of Operations) Roger Willey (McNicholas Networks Managing Director) and Fulcrum CEO Martin Donnachie. The move follows the conclusion of a previous deal with infrastructure services provider McNicholas. In this latest move, people employed by McNicholas under the current structure will be TUPE transferred to Fulcrum, doubling the size of the company’s workforce to over 230. I firmly believe that we could not have had a better partner than McNicholas to enable us to reach this point and I would like to thank them for their significant contribution.â€� Barry McNicholas, Chief Executive Officer at McNicholas, said: “We are delighted to have partnered Fulcrum on their journey up to this point and we wish them every success in the future. Following the conclusion of its infrastructure services delivery arrangement with contractor McNicholas, the company is now directly managing all elements of its utilities projects across England and Wales from initial consultations through to project completion. As a result of this restructuring, the business has doubled the size of its workforce to in excess of 200, which includes people previously employed by McNicholas under the previous structure that have now transferred to Fulcrum.


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