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About David Trench
David Trench CBE FCIOB Project Manager
David Trench CBE FCIOB is one of the UK's leading project managers, and has been awarded a CBE for services to the construction industry. The many projects he has delivered successfully include the construction of the Millennium Dome, completion of the British Library and the redevelopment of Ascot Racecourse.
David was a founding Director of Trench Farrow, acquired by WYG in 2006. In 2004 he founded C P Recoveries Ltd (CPR) which provides strategic project management for major construction projects. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building.
David is Co-founder and Chairman of Designing Buildings Wiki.
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