John Dunaway, who joined ARM in 2004, was appointed divisional MD for specialist markets and manages the firm’s specialist niche divisions: infrastructure and built environment, specialist engineering, automotive, information security and communications, and technology.
He also oversees ARM’s regional offices in London, Aberdeen, Bristol and Coventry.
Leon Howgill, who joined the company in 2000, is now divisional MD for ARM’s new corporate services division, managing two teams that focus on providing account management to ARM’s larger IT and engineering clients.
Mike Gawthorne, ARM’s CEO, maintains in direct control of ARM oil and gas due to the specific challenges and opportunities of the market.
Commenting on the two appointments, Gawthorne said: “A massive well done to John and Leon, our new divisional MDs.
“They both understand and embody ARM’s three Ps – brand promises of passion, partnership and professionalism, and have the energy/ambition to drive our business forward based on the core philosophy that our staff are our core assets.”
In addition to the restructuring, the company has also signed a five-year lease to remain at its Langstone Technology Park HQ in Havant, and has given its offices a new look.