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In 1804, founder Kisuke Shimizu established a carpentry shop in the Kanda Kajicho district of Edo (now Tokyo).Project Manager
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Steven has worked in the construction industry for 28 years and is a Chartered Construction Manager and Member of the Chartered Institute of Building. He has progressed through the ranks from a traditional trade route starting with a City & Guilds Accredited Carpentry & Joinery Apprenticeship back in 1988.
Steven is a passionate construction professional and this becomes immediately evident when working with him. Steven creates a positive and energetic environment within his teams and this produces positive results on his projects. Productivity, target attainment and quality are not compromised on his projects.
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