BCECA is governed by a small Board supported by an advisory Council made up of representatives from all member companies. This provides effective strategic leadership, direction, challenge, support, guidance and fiscal oversight to the organisation.
The Annual General Meeting appoints the Chair who serves for a period of two years, renewable for up to a further two years. The Chair is supported by three elected representatives drawn from the Association’s membership.
BCECA’s day to day affairs are managed by a Chief Executive who is also a full member of the Board. The current Chief Executive is Tracey Shelley who joined BCECA from the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board in 2013.
Project Director of oil, gas, petrochemical, life sciences and manufacturing facilities from initial development to construction. Mark works with a wide range of clients to secure the successful delivery and execution of complex projects around the world.
Operations Director at Houston-based McDermott International. Frazer leads on the provision of fully integrated technology, engineering and construction solutions for the energy industry.
Vice President of Projects and Project Management within the EEA region for KBR’s Engineering and Construction Business Unit. Dave holds responsibility for the financial and business performance of projects and client relations across a range of upstream and downstream business areas.
Director of Operations at Wood’s Reading based Capital Projects business. Malcolm leads the Reading operation which focusses on large, mainly international projects with a broad Client base.
BCECA’s Chief Executive and Company Secretary, Tracey manages the implementation of the Association’s strategy and business plan and acts as its chargé d’affaires and primary point of contact in London.
Every BCECA member company is represented on the Council, which provides a regular forum for discussion, review, development, lobbying, representation and update on matters of common interest. The Council also provides oversight for BCECA’s Standing Committees and Knowledge Networks.