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About Tony Hoyle
Chartered civil engineer. Specialist in quality management and assurance.
Tony Hoyle is a chartered civil engineer with 37 years broadly based professional experience, specialising in quality management and assurance during the last 17 years while employed by Halcrow, latterly on the Crossrail project.
He has worked in the UK, Kuwait, Tanzania and Greece, with short assignments to the UAE, Jordan, Pakistan, Romania, and India.
Retired in November 2013.
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