3/23/2011

Construction industry giant Sir Frank Lampl dies aged 84

Sir Frank Lampl, Chamber’s first Honorary President passed away this morning after a long battle against cancer



Sir Frank Lampl, one of the construction industry’s biggest and most respected names, has died aged 84. It is understood he had been unwell for some time.

Sir Frank, who spent 30 years rising through the ranks at Bovis to become chief executive, chairman and then life president of the group, passed away this morning.

Dan Labbad, Lend Lease’s current chief executive for Europe, Middle East and Africa has paid his respects to the late Sir Frank: “It is with much sadness that we have been informed that Sir Frank Lampl has passed away. Sir Frank was instrumental in building Bovis into a leading international construction business.

“His legacy will provide an inspiration for the industry and will remain a constant influence across the Lend Lease business. He will be sorely missed and our thoughts are with his family at this time.”

 

   

 

Read more: http://www.building.co.uk/news/contractors/construction-industry-giant-sir-frank-lampl-dies-aged-84/5015515.article
 


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