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About Adrian Burgess
Technical Director at PCSG
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My career is founded on my knowledge of construction project management and Information technology, gained through working in construction and then designing, developing and implementing leading edge information systems for large companies in the AEC (Architect, Engineering and Construction) sector.
Proven Delivery: Successfully delivered £ multimillion ICT projects Proactive: Self starter with a drive for solid business results. Experienced: 14 years construction industry experience, 7 years in ICT Communicator: Influential, strong people management skills, lead and motivate. Project Management: Excellent Commercial, Organisational and Planning skills.
Specialties: Design and Construction Information Management (Documents and Data), BS1192, Building Information Modelling and Management.
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