RED Construction appoints new Learning & Development Head to support team growth

RED Construction Group has announced the appointment of Nikki Treweek as the Head of Learning and Development, the first role of its kind within the Farringdon-based main contractor, to provide dedicated support for the growing team.

This new progression role forms part of the company’s long-term strategy to develop and support new and existing employees to RED Construction and arm them with the necessary knowledge and skills to future proof the company in the fast-growing industry and continue to win and succesfully deliver projects for clients. Nikki is a key appointment for RED Construction as she will also help attract, identify, develop and retain talent at all levels.

Nikki, a chartered Fellow Member and CIPD Graduate, brings 21 years of learning and development experience to RED Construction and has been responsible for the development of individuals across both construction and corporate services sectors. Specialising in designing and facilitating in-house Management & Leadership Development Programmes, in-house Trainee Schemes and Apprenticeship/Graduate Programmes and implementing Learning Management Systems (LMS), Nikki’s priority is to carry out a full ‘Training Needs Analysis’ to identify the needs and priorities of the business in order to build the team for RED Constructions plans for the future.

Graham Sturge, Managing Director of Farringdon-based RED Construction, commented: “Our success over the last few years has been the result of our brilliant team and we recognise the importance of retaining and developing talent. With the creation of the role and with Nikki’s expertise, we hope to build and strengthen the skills within RED Construction. This noteworthy appointment marks the beginning of an exciting period for the company and we look forward to welcoming and implementing the necessary initiatives that will help to develop our employees in-line with the business’s controlled growth.”

Nikki Treweek, Head of Learning and Development added: “With an exceptional track record and a vast roster of clients across the capital, RED Construction is certainly one of the most exciting businesses in the industry at the moment in terms of growth and potential. I am thrilled to have joined during the company’s exciting period and am eager to bring my expertise in learning and development to such a fantastic team.”

Nikki will join the recently appointed David Owen MCIOB as Operations Director to the RED Construction management team who has been brought on to oversee two of the firm’s key current projects: the 16,170 sq ft residential conversion and extension at South London’s Audiology House at 45 Nightingale Lane, and the £17m redevelopment of Townsend House in the heart of London’s Victoria district.