Stuart Gready is the managing director OCL Regeneration, a company that specialises in aggregate recycling, bound materials, and surfacing.
Stuart has held his current position since 2006, the year the company was founded. The business was established in order to provide an independently run company to champion the increased use of more sustainable construction materials and the recycling of construction and demolition waste. Stuart has since overseen the firm’s activities in fulfilling that mission.
Prior to assuming his current role, Stuart had previously held the top job at TMS Ltd. Earlier in his career, he worked in depot and cluster production management for Foster Yeoman and Lafarge, respectively.
Stuart is an alumnus of the University of Wales, Cardiff, where he attained a BSc in Exploration Geology and Geophysics.
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