Severfield-Rowen's Chief Operating Officer and Director, Peter Emerson, will retire from both roles on his 60th birthday, the structural steel company said Tuesday.
Emerson will step down from the positions on June 5th this year, but will continue to work for the company on a part-time consultancy basis in a largely commercial advisory role with key clients.
"The board and the company express their appreciation for Peter's significant contributions over the years and wish him happiness in his forthcoming retirement, while looking forward to having his input in his reduced role beyond June," Chief Executive Officer Tom Haughey said in a statement.
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Emerson has been a member of the board since 1998 and became Chief Operating Officer in 2007.
The company is yet to announce a replacement.
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