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PMP Certified Project Director, 30yrs in construction/development & 18yrs specialising in complex projects and programs.
With over 30 years’ experience in construction and development and 18 years’ specialising in the management of high profile, complex projects, I have a proven track record of delivering close stakeholder engagement combined with a clear strategy for controlling Design and Construction teams.
Previously, a Director and Co-founder at Future Projects Consultancy Limited. Currently employed a Director at Turner & Townsend in Toronto.
I provide expertise in construction project and programme management, contract administration, owner representation, and tenant and quality management. I hold an Honors degree in Building Surveying, Membership of the Association for Project Management and I am a Project Management Professional.
I have successfully overseen delivery of many major projects and programs for corporations such as Nissan, Infiniti, Capital & Regional, THRE, McArthurGlen, Aviva Investors and Dandara Group as well as many high-end retail and leisure projects managing tenants, including Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, John Lewis Partnership, H&M, Debenhams, Empire Cinemas and Wagamama.
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