MUS names new chairman and CEO
Contractor Morrison Utility Services has announced the names of its new chairman and chief executive.
6th October 2016 by Networks
The appointments have been made following the acquisition of Morrison Utility Services (MUS) by private equity firm First Reserve. They are effective immediately.
Jim Arnold has given the role of chief executive while Charles Morrison has been named chairman.
On confirmation of his appointment, Morrison – who was previously chief executive of MUS – congratulated Arnold on his appoiontment saying he was “personally delighted” with the decision to him the CEO role.
Morrison said: “Given the considerable experience he [Arnold] has gained over the last 17 years with the business in varying roles including executive director and chief operating Officer. I am convinced that Jim is ideally placed to lead the business through the next phase of our growth.”
Arnold added that he was looking forward to working with MUS’s new investors at First Reserve as MUS seeks to grow its business.
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