Master Builder Boss Resigns

Published: Fri 24 Sep 1999 08:29 AM
The chief executive of the Registered Master Builders' Federation, Trevor Allsebrook, today announced his resignation, effective immediatiately.
Mr Allesbrook has been CEO for more than nine years and has seen the organisation through a period of significant growth and development.
While there have been differences between the Federation's board and the CEO, the parting has been by mutal agreement and Mr Allsebrook remains supportive of the aims and directions of the organisation.
He plans to move to Auckland to pursue other interests.

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