Building group appoints new CEO

Williams announced in January that he would step down from the role to accept a senior appointment with another not-for-profit organisation in his home state of Queensland.AIB president Patrick Toomey said the strong position that the institute was in could be attributed to the changes Williams introduced.”Troy was brought on board at a difficult time in the institute’s history and was given one primary brief – to arrest a sustained decline in AIB’s financial and administrative performance. “This accomplished, he has successfully raised AIB’s profile amongst government, universities and industry stakeholders in addition to introducing new and improved member services,” Toomey said.Toomey also welcomed Hunt’s appointment, saying he would be crucial in the implementation of an ambitious business plan for the institute over the next three years.“Mr Hunt joins the AIB after several years in senior management positions with organisations including the Australian Medical Association and Medicines Australia,” Toomey said.Hunt said the AIB had an important role to play in the building and construction industry, and that it was crucial for the institute to continue to provide strong support to its members and the industry.

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