Sent: Sunday, February 02, 2014 5:07

Subject: British Business Ambassador

Dear Mr Bradshaw

I wish to record my dissatisfaction and displeasure at the recent
Government Appointment of the Balfour Beatty CEO Andrew McNaughton as British
Business Ambassador.

Quite frankly, this appointment is disgraceful because B&B have been
the ringleadersin the heinous crimes of blacklisting over the last decade and
I urge my MP to write to the Prime Minister and complain about this appointment
and request the PM to terminate this position a.s.a.p.

Balfour Beatty’s criminal record over the past decade is hardly conducive
for such an appointment,i e Multi million pound fraud and bribery conviction, bid
riggings, blacklisting etc.

I believe Andrew McNaughton is unsuitable for such a prestigious position and his
name will bring shame on the British Government and the UK construction industry.

Yours in disgust at this appointment

Alan M Dransfield
Ex Balfour Beatty Employee.

McNaughton appointed by HM Government as British Business Ambassador

January, 2014

McNaughton, Chief Executive of Balfour Beatty plc, the
international infrastructure group, will be appointed today by HM Government to
be a Business Ambassador promoting the British infrastructure capabilities to an
international audience. This role will be for the period to July 2015.

Business Ambassador will undertake a programme of activity including at least
two overseas activities and four UK-based activities supported by the
UKTI Ministerial & Strategic Engagement Unit.

today, Andrew McNaughton, Balfour Beatty CEO said, “I am delighted
to be asked to assist the Government in promoting Britain as a great place to do
business and to promote British skills into international markets.

Beatty has a strong track record in this area. The Group undertook
its first international work in 1924; some 90 years ago. Today we have
operations in over 80 countries where we provide the infrastructure.