Roger Bullivant promotes Gareth Griffiths to Area Manager

Gareth Griffiths

Midlands-based Foundation Engineering contractor Roger Bullivant has promoted Gareth Griffiths as the new Area Manager for the Midlands division.

Previously National Foundation Manager for the region, in his new role Gareth will be responsible to lead and manage the Midlands Piling, House Foundations, Restricted Access and Ground Improvement disciplines.  

RB Midlands covers geographical areas within the West Midlands, Midlands, East Midlands, and some areas in South Central of England and Eastern England such as Milton Keynes, Peterborough, Cambridge, Ipswich, and Norwich.

Gareth joined the company in 2003 as an Estimator, within eight years he then climbed through the ranks into more senior managerial positions.  

Commenting on his appointment, he said: “Having worked at Roger Bullivant for 18 years, I am excited to spearhead the Midlands strategic growth plans across all disciplines and look forward to continuing strengthening the region’s position as a leading foundation contractor across the residential, commercial, industrial and infrastructure sectors”.

Managing Director at Roger Bullivant, Cliff Wren added: “Gareth has been instrumental in establishing the company’s position as a key player in the Midlands and South East Geotechnical market and building our strong relationships with key public and private organisations locally.

“Here at Roger Bullivant we have a focus on valuing talent, and appointing Gareth is no exception. His experience speaks for itself, and we are incredibly excited for what’s to come for the division as Gareth heads up the Midlands region of our sales and operational team.”

For more information about  Roger Bullivant please visit: or call 0845 8381801.

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