Leading civil construction company, Moits, has today announced the appointment of Dale Clark as Chief Executive Officer for the Sydney-based business.
The appointment of the 30-year industry veteran, who most recently led Stockland’s Project Management Division, is a show of confidence amidst local economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moits Founders, Michael, George and Tony Moit said the appointment of Dale demonstrated their belief in the civil construction space despite the current climate.
“We’re delighted to have Dale join our business, strengthening our strategic and operational capabilities,” Michael, George and Tony said.
“Our 37-year history has ensured we’ve the right foundations in place to look to the future and position Moits for enhanced growth and success.
“Dale’s expertise across the construction, development and manufacturing industries, brings the depth and capabilities we require as we enter our new chapter and navigate the months and years ahead.”
Having accumulated broad experience across capital project and portfolio management including various roles with Macquarie University, Hooker Cockram, Baulderstone, and Lendlease, Dale said he was thrilled to be working with the highly-respected company.
“Moits has a strong track record in delivering exceptional project outcomes for a growing spectrum of repeat clients and I’m thrilled to be leading a company with such a rich history,” Dale said.
“With the opportunity to leverage the Moits story, and its commitment to quality outcomes, I’ve no doubt the company will become a standout leader in our sector.”
Despite the challenges the industry is currently facing, he said the future is bright.
“Like many businesses in Australia we are feeling the impact of the current crisis, however with the support of government stimulus we anticipate the infrastructure pipeline to remain strong.
“This will allow us to leverage our competitive edge given our size, position in the market and unique profile which includes construction, recycling and property operations.
“We have the advantages of capital strength, a strong industry record, and teams that are well respected for their experience which stands us in good stead to diversify and grow.
Moits also has a uniquely advanced systems capability for our sector, which enables productivity gains and can drive data-based decision making for our teams and our clients”
In addition to Mr Clark’s appointment, the Moits Founders have established an Advisory Board headed up by former Watpac Managing Director, Martin Monro.
The formation of the Board, and Martin’s appointment, is an illustration of the company’s commitment to growing its brand presence in the wider market.
“We have the right people and strategy now in place to deliver the growth we set out to achieve when we started Moits all those years ago,” Michael, George and Tony said.
“We are determined and committed to playing a more prominent role in the construction industry for many years to come.”