Sharpe joins Bouygues UK from Laing O’Rourke where he held senior project leader positions.
He had a previous stint at Bouygues in 2016/17 as as Project Director for Pembrokeshire Learning College before joining O’Rourke to deliver a
Sharpe will lead the build of the Pentre Awel development which will bring together life science and business innovation, community healthcare and modern leisure facilities at the 83-acre Delta Lakes site on the Llanelli coastline.
Pentre Awel is the largest regeneration project in south West Wales.
It aims to create around 1,800 jobs over 15 years, boosting the local economy by more than £450 million. The project is being delivered by Carmarthenshire County Council, in partnership with Hywel Dda University Health Board, Universities and Colleges.
Sharpe said: “These are exciting times returning to Bouygues UK as Project Director to deliver the prestigious Pentre Awel Wellbeing and Life Sciences Village at Machynys.
“The multi-disciplined project provides the environment to share my skills with the project team and stakeholders, as well as interact with the local community, identifying opportunities to deliver community benefits from this great project.
“I’m looking forward to working with the Senior Leadership team to further grow and develop Bouygues UK’s aspirations in this region.”
John Boughton, Bouygues UK Managing Director in Wales, said: “It is great to welcome Peter back to the Bouygues UK fold, and it is particularly gratifying to have a Project Director of his experience and calibre on a project such as Pentre Awel.
“This is such an exciting project for us, as well as for the client Carmarthenshire Council, and we are really looking forward to starting this amazing build, with Peter at the helm.”