Simon Alexander Hilling
Member of the Chartered Institute of Building
HNC In Construction Studies
CITB Appointed Person
Professional Constructor in the built environment.
CIOB Building Manager of the year finalist in 2001 and 2003
Having been in the construction industry for some 30 years, commencing as a trainee with a land survey company working for Clients such as London underground and Bovis.
My career path then moved to working for Main Contractors such as Berkeley Homes, Tarmac, Wiltshier, Jenner Contractors and Bryen & Langley Limited.
My experience includes the project Management in the construction of new NHS Hospitals, Care Homes, Swimming pools for schools and Local Authorities, together with new flats, houses and Civil Engineering works.
I have specialised in the construction of swimming pools for the past 15 years working with Consultants, and specialist pool providers to provide national and olympic pools, together with public pools.
I have established a specialist main contracting company working within the construction industry so that I can continue with this area of work.
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