Amey has confirmed that the acquisition of Enterprise plc is now complete.
The acquisition gives public services provider Amey a turnover of £2.3bn and 21,000 employees. It also brings together Amey's fleet of 2,669 cars and vans with Enterprise's 4,708 to create a 7,377-vehicle super-fleet, although it is likely that this number will fall once duplication and crossover is taken into consideration.
However, for now, that fleet size makes Amey the ninth biggest in the Fleet200.
Amey now operates more than 320 contracts, providing a range of services including; utilities, highways, waste management, rail, justice solutions, social housing and facilities management.
Mel Ewell has already been named as the chief executive of the newly combined organisation, but today confirmed his new management team as:
Andrew Nelson, chief finance officer
Nick Gregg, managing director, government
Gillian Duggan, managing director, built environment
Andy Milner, managing director, rail and consulting
Dan Holland, managing director, utilities and defence
Darryl Salmons, chief information officer
Valerie Hughes-D’Aeth, group HR and communications director
Wayne Robertson, group legal director
Keith Sexton, group HSEA director
Andres Camacho, integration director
John Faulkner, strategy director.