Former Managing Director Steve Jones has recently taken up the role of Chairman. After 14 years as Managing Director of Crown Cutting Services, Crown Construction Services and now Crown Highways, Steve’s role focuses on the bigger picture of company strategy and overall well-being of the business.
Mike has been with Crown since July 2015, he has overall responsibility for the Crown Highways business, he oversees all business development, delivery, commercial, health, safety and quality functions of the Crown business.
Graham joined Crown in July 2017 has successfully managed a seamless transition within the accounts and finance departments. Graham joins the business with a vast experience and knowledge of similar size organisations and we very much look forward to working with him for many years.
Mike is responsible for all operations across Civils, Lighting & Technology. He brings over 20 years of experience within the industry to his role, in which he has delivered large projects, formed client relationships and grown the highways technology arm substantially with both existing and new clients.
Steph is our newest member of the team and has been brought into Crown with a mass of industry knowledge to develop and grow the business further beyond our current portfolios whilst ensuring we maintain our quality management system accreditations.
With over 20 years’ experience in the Traffic Signs & Street Lighting industry, Andy is now in his 6 year with Crown Highways. Responsible for all commercial matters across the business, Andy works with all departments to develop relationships and manage growth.
Richard is responsible for the procurement of all materials and products for all Crown Highways schemes across the UK. Responsible Procurement is a key driver to the Crown Highways strategy to meet the sustainability and ethical targets of our supply chain.
Simon is responsible for the Civils Division within Crown Highways, Simon manages relationships with clients ensuring we deliver civils schemes to the best standard possible. Scheme programming is key to Simon’s role ensuring the forward programme is full and our workforce is working effectively.
With 17 years’ experience in the industry, Byron has now been with Crown Highways for 6 years. Responsible for the management of the Lighting and Signs contracts in the Midlands / Southern region, Byron spends time liaising with clients, managing change, providing cradle to grave delivery of schemes along with ensuring client satisfaction at every stage.
Mark is responsible for the Framework Management of all Crown Highways Lighting and Technology projects in the North. Reporting directly to the Crown Highways Operations Director and leading our Delivery Team of highly skilled electrical/technology Site Managers, Supervisors and Operatives. Mark will ensure that Crown Highways have the right teams on the ground to deliver high quality work whilst remaining safe and customer focused.
Rob is now Training Manager at Crown’s very own City & Guilds, HESA and LANTRA approved Training Centre. Teaching in various different specialised topics, Rob ensures that he delivers the content in an informative and interesting way whether he is teaching on site at our centre or off-site for the client’s convenience.
New to Crown Highways, Ellie will now take up the responsibility of Crown’s Digital and Social media marketing, communications to employees and clients while also working alongside the supply chain, to further enhance Crown’s commitment to their clients and industry by ensuring key imperatives are aligned.
Jack is Crown’s Transport Manager. Responsible for the full fleet of vehicles, Jack has to ensure that all vehicles are fit for purpose, arrange repair for any damage and also comply with all safety measures and legal requirements.
Mark Stubbs is the buyer for Crown Highways. Responsible for purchasing the materials across all sites at the right price and the correct lead time. Also looking after all company plant, ensuring they are all maintained to the highest standard and meet any required guidelines.
Pete is responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of the Company’s Management Systems including Health, Safety and Environmental. Prior to starting his role within the safety department Pete worked within our Technology team as a site supervisor and brings many of his site experience to his role. Pete’s role is to drive a good safety behaviour amongst our people and to maintain our excellent safety performance, as well as all incident and accident reporting. Pete also heads up the team of mental health first aiders.
Working for Crown for over 25 years, Steve has vast experience from working in various departments within the company. Starting off as a Civils Supervisor, Steve is now responsible for Quality assurance. In addition, he is the appointed person for Lifting Operations, Insurance Claims and is the appointed Fire Safety Officer.
Derek started working for Crown Highways in 1999. His career started in the Civils department, before being promoted to supervisor and then further to site supervisor for the loop cutting department. Derek is now project manager for all the loop cutting operations in the UK, ensuring our loop installations are programmed efficiently, installed safely and delivered to the standard our clients expect from us.
Andy has been managing our fleet of loop cutting services for many years and has worked for Crown Highways since it was founded in 1994. Now the dedicated commercial contact for all Technology works, he is responsible for all Technology and Loops tender submissions, job pricing and liaising with suppliers & subcontractors to provide commercial support to our valued clients.
After working for the company for over 15 years, David (better known as ‘H’) is a vital part of ensuring that all of schemes are delivered to the expected standard and beyond. Spending a lot of time working and liaising with clients, H is also key part of managing and arranging the teams to ensure a job is delivered with the correct workforce.
Steve works within the Civils department and ensures schemes are delivered on time and to budget. His role as a contract manager aids him to manage the teams and be a visible leader on site with health and safety, quality and compliance at the forefront of his focus. Steve has an extensive background in the utilities industry, predominantly within the Telecoms sector which he has helped increase diversity within our Civils department providing us many new opportunities.