Our Management Team

Kristy Johnson

Financial and Commercial Director

Kristy joined GWG Construction from the Oil and Gas Industry in 2016 as The Group Financial Manager. Kristy holds a Professional Diploma in Business Management as well a range of post-graduate qualifications in Financial Management including ACCA Registration. Kristy has held senior positions with two major oil companies as a Financial Accountant and Country Financial Manager (Africa). Kristy is responsible for the daily financial management of GWG Construction ensuring compliance and good governance at all times. 

Kirsty Johncock 

Logistics Manager

Kirsty has recently joined GWG construction as its first, full time Logistics Manager for Construction. Kirsty holds a Professional Diploma in Business Management and prior to joining GWG Construction enjoyed a successful career with Barclays. Kirsty brings a wealth of customer service based skills to her position and is currently in the process of developing an end to end supply chain programme that will better serve the business needs.  

Andy Schofield

Senior Projects Manager

Andrew spent 22 years serving in the British Army with the 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment. Andrew achieved the rank of Warrant Officer Class One, holding appointments as Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant (Technical) and Regimental Sergeant Major of 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment. Andrew left the Army in 2012 after serving in operational zones around the world including Northern Ireland, Africa, the Middle East including Afghanistan and Iraq.  After a successful Army career Andrew held management positions with Windsor Voice Services, working on Terminal 5, Heathrow Airport and later J.P Morgan as a Command Centre Supervisor. Andrew has most recently successfully completed the Goldsmiths University, Student Accommodation Refurbishment and New Build Project as the Senior Project Manager with GWG Construction. 

Shindi Poonia

Executive Director

Shindi retired from the British Army in 1996. He then consulted for an equities investment house and a ship broker before joining Erinys International, a risk management company in 2003, as CEO of the Iraqi Oil Protection Force. As such he commanded some fifteen thousand Iraqi nationals spread the length and breadth of Iraq. In 2011 he joined Titon/CRS Limited and has managed on-ground security for seismic and drilling operations in Kenya and Ethiopia. Shindi speaks fluent Punjabi, Hindi and French and colloquial Urdu.

Dominick Henry

Board Observer

Dominick qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1972. His career has included 14 years with BP, culminating in 3 years as CEO of BP Turkey. He has also had experience in corporate finance and stockbroking as well as interim finance directorships in a wide range of industries, including a year with a large building company. He is currently a Director of Titon International and Quintel Intelligence Ltd, an intelligence company specialising in legal support.

 

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