The first half of 2018, has seen D2 Rail building on its previous successes and these have been captured in this exciting second edition of our newsletter.
The senior team have been working hard to develop their teams and have added new talent to the company’s multi-functional Programme Management offering, which now covers Planning, Project Controls, Information Management , BIM, Constructability and Visualisations offerings.
Managing Director David Diesbergen and his senior team, were delighted to announce a number of new recruits and also several internal promotions, as the team prepare for a busy time ahead.
“With new opportunities comes responsibility for everyone at D2 Rail and we are delighted to have recruited high quality talent, and also recognised individuals within our existing teams for their outstanding contributions to our success. We couldn’t do it without them.
“We are committed to being a world class service provider and believe by understanding, and embracing clients’ business problems, missions, project objectives and goals, we will be continue to build stronger and lasting relationships that will be mutually beneficial.
“We are proud of our continued success in 2018, and would like to share this with you. So please click this link to read more.“
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