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Project Manager | MSc, MEng
I am a Project Manager / Civil Engineer who is experienced in the field from his early years. Right now, I am working as a Project Manager for Kier Group at the Education division.
Working close to fully experienced Engineers along with my studies, I had the chance to be part of important projects. Among them, the Expansion of the Museum of the Byzantine Culture in Thessaloniki and the design and construction of several private mansions and industrial buildings in Thessaloniki. The debt crisis the Greek economy is facing, led me to find my own route abroad, in Bansko, Bulgaria, where I established a company in the field of CAD Engineering and digital marketing services on the third year of my studies. In June 2015, I obtained my personal working license (Technical Chamber of Greece: Civil Engineer) and I worked on projects all over Greece. The next step was for me to expand my knowledge by attending a Msc in Project and Enterprise Management in UCL, London.
What I like most about my science is the ability that it gives me to push my mind further and to always find the most viable solution to a problem, beyond any limits. Moreover, the transformation of a piece of land into something both remarkable and of great value (whether it is a building or a civil project) always fascinates me and it gives me boost to put my mind and my soul to every project I take on.
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