Amanda Oliver has worked as a client, consultant and contractor in the property and construction sectors throughout her working career. She has a logical and technical approach along with a commercial awareness and knowledge of working within public sector funding constraints.
Amanda will form the brief from understanding the property needs and associated constraints and timetables of the client. She will select the most appropriate procurement route providing optimum risk profile. All services will be procured to provide the client with a best practice, best value solution.
Projects where Amanda has worked as a client include construction of numerous offices and industrial premises across the country, regeneration of former coalfield sites and contract management of maritime projects in the north east of England.
She is a Chartered Civil Engineer, member of the Association for Project Management, a qualified PRINCE2 and Managing Successful Projects (MSP) practitioner, and a Code for Sustainable Home assessor.
David Keeton has been a public sector client throughout his working career in areas such as architecture and corporate planning and latterly as Programme Manager for the Land Stabilisation Programme at the Homes and Communities Agency. He specialises in providing a strategic overview and critical eye across projects to ensure the client receives exactly what is needed.
He has a proven track record of formulating solutions where wide ranging stakeholders have conflicting regulatory needs and outcomes. He is experienced in managing all professional disciplines to provide a cohesive and effective team able to deliver projects to programme and budget.
David has managed high profile land stabilisation projects across England and is well regarded within the industry and government. Key projects include the stabilisation of mines beneath the village of Combe Down in Bath, Northwich town centre and in Reading and Hatfield and also the stabilisation of land beneath and the comprenhensive redevelopment of 8 houses at Wheal Ayr Terrace, St Ives, Cornwall.