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Experience construction professional. Currently Director for CEW and GBSPM. Involved in some of the best projects in the UK.
Gordon Brown, Director for Constructing Excellence in Wales, is in charge of the Exemplar Programme. With over 30 years of experience in the Built Environment, Energy and Sustainability sectors, promoting collaboration, innovation and best practice across the whole span of the industry from Leadership to Sustainability and Diversity to Carbon Measurement. Working closely with the Industry, government and stakeholders he provides knowledge and understanding on the procurement, inception and delivery of many diverse projects across the whole of Wales through events, media and conferences in both Wales and the UK.
He also runs GBSPM Ltd, a small Multi-Award winning consultancy firm, providing training, advice and guidance on Project Management, Delivery, Sustainability, Carbon Management, BREEAM, Defence Realm and the delivery of sustainable building projects. On site, he was involved in the delivery of a wide range of major projects including the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, the Old brewery Quarter in Cardiff and Thames Water’s Head office in Reading amongst others.
Gordon is also a member of the CIOB and past Chair of the CIOB Cardiff Branch; Board member of Local housing Association; member of the Sustainability and Advisory panel for the Metro; STEM & CITB Ambassador; Member of the ICE’s Fairness Inclusion and respect Committee amongst others
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