Grosvenor Services has made two key senior appointments to provide greater leadership strength, strategically grow the business and support continuous service improvements for customers.
Stephen Creaner joins the company in the role of chief operating officer and deputy group managing director. Working closely with the existing team, Creaner will lead all aspects of day-to-day operations and the development and growth of the business. He has a wealth of experience, spanning 30 years in senior executive roles for multinational organisations, with extensive expertise in facilities management services for high tech and office environments, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing.
Barry McGrane has been appointed as finance director to lead the finance and IT functions across the Grosvenor Services group of companies. He will work closely with other members of the senior team to provide strategic direction for the future development of the group. McGrane also has over 30 years' international experience working in senior finance roles in both publicly-quoted and private businesses providing services to multinational organisations.
Founded in 1959, Grosvenor Services continues to grow with clients in retail, education, corporate, and manufacturing sectors. It operates across the UK, Ireland and the US, employing over 4500 people worldwide. The organisation provides a broad range of facility services including cleaning, security, waste management, grounds maintenance, and a specialist technology division. The company is celebrating significant recent contract wins with major multinationals in the UK and Ireland which has accelerated its growth significantly.
Bernard McCauley, group managing director of Grosvenor Services, said: “This is a very exciting time for the organisation. These appointments reflect our growing business strength and reputation as a quality provider to our clients. The calibre of our people and processes is essential for service excellence, long-standing client relationships and ongoing growth.”