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Divisional Director

A top tier global contractor planned a new division to bring disparate projects under a single leader and to bring focus to a niche. For this purpose, they approached us to help secure a Divisional Director, to take on the leadership of the project.

We discussed the needs of the company and the specific project in detail with the client, in order to understand the ideal candidate specification. With this in hand, we mapped the relevant targets, made approaches and presented a strong shortlist, from which the client selected three senior professionals for interview.

The favoured candidate had convinced senior management thanks to his enthusiasm for the role and business plan for the new division.

Having secured the candidate for the client, he is now developing a successful niche unit and the client’s UK management are extremely pleased with the hire.

We continue to support the unit and the wider firm in their development.

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Senior Estimator

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Divisional Director

A top tier global contractor planned a new division to bring disparate projects under a single leader and to bring focus to a niche. For this purpose, they approached us to help secure a Divisional Director, to take on the leadership of the project.

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Patrick had been working as a Senior Estimator in a market-leading Fit Out firm for 20 years. Aylin White approached, to discuss his current position and any future career goals, in order to help him achieve these.

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A top tier global contractor planned a new division to bring disparate projects under a single leader and to bring focus to a niche. For this purpose, they approached us to help secure a Divisional Director, to take on the leadership of the project.

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James was an ambitious, well-qualified (CIBSE) Technical Manager. He’d worked at M&E subcontractors, but wanted to learn more about the pre-construction side of the industry.

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