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Worked within the construction industry for the last 22 years I have seen it all, from bad Health and Safety practises to new and wonderful materials and solution to everyday construction related issues.
Currently on a journey to re-educate my self in current construction jargon, I have successfully completed a National diploma in Construction and the Built Environment ( Distinction )
HNC Construction and the Built Environment ( Distinction )
HND Construction and the Built Environment ( Distinction )
In my 2nd year of degree in Construction Management and due to complete my dissertation on BIM (Building Information Modeling ) and the integration of building regulations.
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