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Enerveo chooses its new CEO

Enerveo has announced it has appointed Zak Houlahan as its new CEO.

Many will also know Enerveo by its previous name, SSE Contracting. The business’s previous CEO, Stuart Chaston passed away in August.

Zak joins the business with 15 years of senior management experience. Industries include waste management, aviation infrastructure and most latterly in local government contracts as national business director for environmental services at Amey.

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Enerveo executive chair, Neil Kirkby, said “I am thrilled to welcome Zak into Enerveo. Zak’s track record in business transformation, customer engagement and value generation will be a great fit with the Enerveo team. I know Zak is excited to build on the successes of the business and develop our business further, with a focus on further enhancing our employee experience, customer services and driving the Enerveo business to industry “best in class”.

Zak said: “Enerveo is a fantastic business, with a deep talent pool and strong customer base, so I am delighted to be joining the team. The industry is entering a new era of growth, predominantly led by the drive for carbon zero and renewed focus on infrastructure.

“Enerveo’s standing in the industry places the team in an excellent position to support our existing customers and gain new partnership opportunities in the market. My goal, with the team’s support, is to lead Enerveo to even greater things.”

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