Meet the 2019 Judges

Without the support and commitment of our judges, we would not be able to run the awards every year. We would like to express our sincere thanks to each of them, they are the unsung heroes for our awards programme.

Client of the Year
Mark Davies
IMD Systems
In 2016, Mark retired as interim Head of Property Maintenance and Construction with Carmarthenshire County Council.

With over 40 years of service in local government he has led a number of successful teams in delivering property related services. His experience includes both housing and non-housing; from day to day maintenance to major new build, including the successful delivery of major projects such as 21st Century Schools and the Welsh Housing Quality Standard.

A qualified Executive Coach and Mentor and an advocate for collaboration and innovation, Mark has been a major contributor to challenging and transforming service delivery, supporting colleagues in other sectors to bring about customer focused improvements.

Rhodri - Gwynn Jones
(Retired)
Graduate of the University of Wales, Cardiff (1973); Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers; 35 years' experience in local government in Wales within the highways, transport, engineering, construction and environmental sectors; 8 years' experience in the private sector as Director of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales; past member of the Welsh Government's Construction Sector Panel; past Chair of Constructing Excellence in Wales. In retirement since 2016.

Professor Andrew Thomas
Director
Diligentia
Diligentia is a select group of seasoned construction professionals who support Clients and Suppliers to bring Best Practice and Innovation to life in the Built Environment through collaborative practices and behaviour. Working with both Clients and Suppliers to drive change and improvements.

Andrew brings over 20 years industry experience and bridges the gap between Academia and Practice - he has assisted Welsh companies on BIM, Winning Work, and Sustainability, KPIs and Community benefit / Social Value Act outputs.

Andrew works with a number of Modular and off site manufacturers and has been instrumental in super sustainable units using ECO efficient heating and Low Voltage systems - alleviating fuel poverty and creating off grid solutions in housing, health and commercial deployments.

Andrew has been involved in Constructing Excellence since inception and has worked at regional and National level to the benefit of Constructing Excellence members around the UK.

Andrew brings a curious mix of Private and Public experience and actively challenges the applicants and judging process. He is delighted to be judging on the CE Wales team again this year.

Digital Construction
Rhys Lewis
Director
Revizto
Empowering clients and stakeholders to create better experiences in design, construction and facilities management encourages better collaboration amongst teams resulting in more intelligent and useful assets.
Delivering innovative technology to the construction sector is something Rhys is passionate about and has a lot of experience in doing this successfully.

His career has seen him embrace challenging roles with Europe's largest Autodesk Reseller - Excitech, an Industry leading engineering firm - Arup and his now current role as Development Director for Revizto Collaboration and Coordinate technology developer.

Dan Rossiter MCIAT
Senior BIM Communicator
BRE
Chartered Architectural Technologist Dan Rossiter has been actively supporting the construction industry at the Welsh, UK and international level for several years.

Within Wales, Dan is a member of Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists' Wales Region and supports BIM adoption as a UK BIM Alliance BIM Regions Champion. Within the UK, Dan delivers a myriad of BIM services for BRE focussing on education and contributes to education and engagement work done by the UK BIM Alliance. Internationally, Dan contributes to buildingSMART international working groups and participates in European research projects.

Dan is also heavily involved in Standards development as a member of the BSI standards committee for Construction design, modelling and data exchange. Dan is a member of several European and International construction committees, and is the CEN and ISO convenor for terminology around construction information and BIM. As part of his terminology expertise, Dan has co-authored a free-to-use BRE BIM Terminology tool.

All of Dan's knowledge and expertise is applied to his award-winning blog There's No BIM Like Home. Where the full information management process is used on his own terrace home in South Wales; practicing what he preaches through a transparency, plain language and engaging example.

Nick Tune
Digital Engineering Director, Transportation
Atkins
Nick is responsible for Atkins' strategy and delivery of digital technologies and associated processes (including BIM, GIS, Internet of Things, Machine learning etc for a team of 4000 staff within the Atkins Transportation division. Nick's principal goal is to improve the productivity of the business using automation, whilst delivering improved outcomes for out clients.
Nick is also working with key clients; supporting Highways England on their rapid engineering programme, which includes the development of automation strategies for smart motorways and the development of integrated supply chains that utilise offsite construction.
He has also worked with Network Rail and the Welsh Government to formulate their asset data strategy and is currently advising the M4CaN project on how standardised methods and procedures for information management can increase quality, whilst reducing construction and operation cost.
Nick is pioneering the design 'left shift' which uses generative design and AI to undertake rapid design modelling within the early project design phases. This provides design certainty for the detailed stages and cost certainty for the supply chain, whilst creating the time needed to plan and integrate Design for Manufacture and Automation (DfMA).

Health, Safety & Wellbeing
Stella Saunders
CDM Co-ordinator
Cardiff County Council
A qualified architect since 1983, Stella has over 35 years' experience working as a Designer and Principal Designer in private practice and for the past 15 years for Local Authorities. She has led the Planning Supervisor, CDMC and Principal Designer roles in non-housing Projects Design and Development for Cardiff Council since 2004.

Stella became a member of APS in 1995 and a Fellow in 2006, served as Wales Regional Chair from 2007 to 2011 and a Director in 2013. She is President – Elect, taking full office in October 2018. Among many other commitments to furthering Health & Safety in construction, Stella has served as Chair and is still an Executive Committee member of the South Wales Construction Safety Group, has served as Chair for HSE Designer Awareness Days and is a past Director of Constructing Excellence in Wales.

Jane O'Leary
21st Century Schools Programme Manager
Vale of Glamorgan Council
Jane is the 21st Century Schools Programme Manager with Vale of Glamorgan Council, having responsibility for Estates, Consultancy, Energy Management, Shaping direction, giving strategic advice and delivery of the Councils Building capital programme including delivery of the councils 21st Century Schools programme. She has a mixed construction background having worked in both the public and private sector in a variety of areas from housing to health.

Innovation
Mark Davies
IMD Systems
In 2016, Mark retired as interim Head of Property Maintenance and Construction with Carmarthenshire County Council.

With over 40 years of service in local government he has led a number of successful teams in delivering property related services. His experience includes both housing and non-housing; from day to day maintenance to major new build, including the successful delivery of major projects such as 21st Century Schools and the Welsh Housing Quality Standard.

A qualified Executive Coach and Mentor and an advocate for collaboration and innovation, Mark has been a major contributor to challenging and transforming service delivery, supporting colleagues in other sectors to bring about customer focused improvements.

Paul Maliphant
Development Director
Mott MacDonald
Paul is a highly versatile and value driven Development Director with Mott MacDonald, the employee owned global engineering, development and management consultancy. He is based in Cardiff and specialises in multidisciplinary Built Environment and Transportation sector schemes including acting as Account Leader for City development and Transport for Wales.

Paul has led projects that have received industry awards for Urban Regeneration, Environmental Sustainability, Effective Partnership, Ground Engineering and Building Stronger Communities. As a campaigner for thinking and designing differently he champions delivery of enhanced economic, social, environmental and cultural value and is active at industry level including seeking improvements to construction outcomes to deliver the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in line with the aims and aspirations of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.

He is a former Vice President of the Geological Society of London, a Presidential Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a member of the External Advisory Board of Cardiff University School of Earth and Ocean Sciences.

Pierre Wassenaar
Director
Stride Treglown
Pierre Wassenaar is a Board Director at Stride Treglown Architects, where he established and runs the Technology and Innovation Sector, tying together the company's strengths in university research centres, technology parks and science facilities. Pierre is responsible for Stride Treglown's South Wales office, which has worked on many high profile projects across Wales, including Swansea University's Bay Campus and The University of Wales Trinity Saint David's SA1 Waterfront project.

Pierre specialises in the strategic alignment of building design with clients' business goals, and his background is in client-side briefing and design development for the commercial and residential sectors, in The UK, The Netherlands, Spain and Japan. He writes and speaks regularly on design issues, sits on the Board of the RIBA and is past President of the Royal Society of Architects in Wales.

Integration & Collaborative Working
Mike Edmonds
Independent Consultant
Altmore
Mike Edmonds is an Independent Consultant providing Specialist Construction Services. In a career spanning 37 years, Mike has been responsible for the management and delivery of numerous major infrastructure projects in Wales, Northern Ireland, England and South Africa. For 30 years Mike worked for Arup taking leading roles in their Infrastructure Group.

His experience covers a wide range of complex and sensitive projects including the design and supervision of highway schemes, bridges, major civil engineering structures, land reclamation, railway and commercial infrastructure projects.

For over 19 years Mike has been promoting the use of innovative forms of Partnering Contracts. He was instrumental in providing advice and setting the direction for the Northern Ireland Roads Service on their first use of the NEC Construction Contract on two major highway schemes. He advised and managed on how the £100m A8 dualling project should be procured, including the introduction of an Integrated (Contractor/Consultant) Delivery Team to maximise the benefits of early contractor involvement. He also led the project through the European Procurement Procedures. Regionally he has also advised strategically on a major £70m Track and Signal Renewal Programme for Northern Ireland Rail on their north coastline.

Mike has acted as procurement advisor to Welsh Government and local authorities in Wales. Of particular note is the pivotal role he played in setting the procurement strategy for both the Porth Bypass and Church Village Bypass promoted by Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council. Again, these were based around the use of a collaborative contract, modified to incentivise both client and contractor to maintain aligned objectives.

Mike undertook a secondment in 2006 to South Africa as part of a Cultural Leadership Award. Mike was responsible for the delivery of innovative designs for low cost housing in the townships, together with securing the necessary funding for their delivery via the development of a business case for the scheme. This demonstrated Mike's flexibility and adaptability to respond to different cultural, social and economic constraints. Mike has since returned to South Africa on a number of occasions to maintain his involvement in this project and also, separately, to advise on delivery options for a Bus Rapid Transport System in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.

Mike took a part time secondment role as Director of Construction Strategy at the Welsh Assembly Government reviewing the Welsh Public sector construction agenda. Mike quickly assimilated into this role, bringing a private sector perspective to the delivery of public sector projects. This included setting realistic timescales for procurement and delivery, encouraging fair, transparent and robust commercial outcomes and developing strategies for collaboration that achieve best value for the public sector from the supply chain.

Vince Hanly
Consultant
V.H. Procurement Consulting Ltd
Vince Hanly is a former Director of Procurement with Rhondda Cynon Taf and was one of the first to introduce Community and Social Benefits into construction contracts in Wales collaborating with Contractor and supply chain partners. He also collaborated and took a lead in establishing South East Wales 21st century Schools framework (SEWSCAP)as well as the South East Wales Highways Framework. He now helps other organisations with advisory and procurement requirements.

Phil Lumley BSc C Eng
Regional Manager
ACE Wales
Phil has been in this post since May 2015 prior to this he was Head of Property Services at Carmarthenshire County Council. Phil has been in local government from 1980 – 2014 holding a number of posts involving property capital and revenue projects, highway infrastructure, land reclamation, coastal defence and drainage works. Phil led on the regional procurement frameworks covering South West Wales embracing the ethos of collaboration amongst all parties. Phil was the local Authority lead on developing the shared apprenticeship programme within the region.

Offsite
Trevor Richards
Director
Cogent Consultancy Ltd
To follow

Professor Andrew Thomas
Director
Diligentia
Diligentia is a select group of seasoned construction professionals who support Clients and Suppliers to bring Best Practice and Innovation to life in the Built Environment through collaborative practices and behaviour. Working with both Clients and Suppliers to drive change and improvements.

Andrew brings over 20 years industry experience and bridges the gap between Academia and Practice - he has assisted Welsh companies on BIM, Winning Work, and Sustainability, KPIs and Community benefit / Social Value Act outputs.

Andrew works with a number of Modular and off site manufacturers and has been instrumental in super sustainable units using ECO efficient heating and Low Voltage systems - alleviating fuel poverty and creating off grid solutions in housing, health and commercial deployments.

Andrew has been involved in Constructing Excellence since inception and has worked at regional and National level to the benefit of Constructing Excellence members around the UK.

Andrew brings a curious mix of Private and Public experience and actively challenges the applicants and judging process. He is delighted to be judging on the CE Wales team again this year.

People Development
Andy Brown
Director
Frank & Brown Limited
Andrew Brown, Director of Frank & Brown, is PR consultant and writer specialising in the built environment. With over twenty years' experience in the sector, he has worked for a variety of organisations in the construction industry supply chain from Alfred McAlpine plc and Galliford Try to Marshalls, Schucco and VINCI Construction UK Ltd.

He has been involved with the construction change agenda since 2001, championing the principles of collaboration and integrated team working via the Construction Best Practice Programme, Rethinking Construction and the Design Build Federation. He is now a Director of CEWales after many years working closely with the team. He is also passionate about active travel and its role in improving the environment as well as our mental and physical health and is a co-founder of Just Ride the Bike.

Edward Evans
Director
Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales
Edward is the Director of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales. A Chartered Civil Engineer with almost 30 years' experience of delivering a broad range of technical services and policy development to a senior level across the public and private sectors in Wales.

In 2011 he was appointed by the Welsh Government to the Board of the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and is Chairman of the Planning and Rights of Way Committee. He is also Chair of a Trustee at a local charity for disabled children and adults and is the Chair of Keep Wales Tidy.

Edward was born and raised in Gwynedd and remains a partner in a family run farming business in the Snowdonia National Park. However, he has lived in Cardiff for the last 30 years with his wife and 3 children. He is a fluent Welsh speaker.

Lynda Sagona
Head of Communications
United Welsh
Lynda Sagona was appointed as the Chief Executive of United Welsh in September 2016. Lynda joined the company as the Director of Housing and Communities in 2009. Previously Principal Estates Surveyor with the Welsh Assembly Government and WDA, Lynda is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Preservation & Rejuvenation
Professor John Edwards
Director
Edwards Hart Consultants
Chartered Surveyor, Chartered Environmentalist & Chartered Construction Manager, qualified in architectural & building conservation at postgraduate level, RICS Certified Historic Building Professional, Accredited by the IHBC and CIOB Certified Building Conservation Specialist (Building Surveyor Practitioner)

Lead author of the British Standard for the conservation of historic buildings.

Over thirty years' in construction & property, from environmental monitoring & detailed building pathological investigations, to the development, management & supervision of major works & projects, to estate, facilities & operational management. First undertook non-destructive surveying techniques & environmental monitoring of buildings in 1981 & has since worked on many different types of buildings ranging from the very modern to Castles & Cathedrals as well as domestic scaled buildings in the UK & beyond. Experience in energy management began in the 1980's which included installation of one of the UK's first CHP's. As Assistant Director at Cadw led in the greening of the Welsh Governments historic estate of 129 historic monuments, which includes World Heritage Sites at five locations, with an array of energy efficiency measures as well as leading on an exemplar energy efficiency research project into the retrofit of traditional buildings, which also involved BIM. Previous positions inc: Cadw (Welsh Government), English Heritage, TFT Cultural Heritage, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Council & building contractors. Also worked part time for colleges and universities in delivering training.

Development of standards/ qualifications for the UK Governments 'Green Deal'. Member of numerous best practice groups as well as an Expert Panel member and Co-founder of the Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance.

Trevor Francis
Programme Director
University of Wales Trinity St David
Trevor is Programme Director for Building Surveying, Property/Facilities Management at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David where he lectures on Master's and undergraduate programmes in this area, as well as, Sustainable Construction and Technology.

He is also active in professional practice where he is the Principal of: 'Trevor J. Francis, Chartered Building Surveyors and Historic Building Consultants' (an RICS Regulated practice) heavily engaged with conservation and refurbishment projects, surveys and expert witness investigations, that explores building performance issues across south and mid-Wales, London and the Midlands. He advises on the sensitive repair, maintenance and re-use of many traditionally built, heritage buildings and estates.

Trevor Chair's the Welsh Traditional Buildings Forum and has supported various built environment professional bodies, including the former Sector Skills Council's; industry panels; universities; examination bodies; public and private organisations with regards to Built Environment issues and industry wide training initiatives.

Colin King
BRE
Director
Colin is employed by the BRE as the Director for Wales and the SW, with key responsibilities of being the lead officer on retrofit, refurbishment and Hygrothermal performance of Buildings. Is one of the Technical Directors currently working on the DECC project "Understanding Heat Loss from external Walls" leading on the unintended Consequences and thermal performance of walls. He sits on numerous technical groups including the DECC Moisture Advisory Group, DCLG Part C, currently delivering Welsh Government revisions to Part A, B and C of the Building Regulations, and BRE member of the UKCMB (UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings), a partnership with UCL (Bartlett), UCL IEDE, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, Heriot Watt University, London School of Health and Tropical Medicine.

Project of the Year – Buildings/Civils
Mike Edmonds
Independent Consultant
Altmore
Mike Edmonds is an Independent Consultant providing Specialist Construction Services. In a career spanning 37 years, Mike has been responsible for the management and delivery of numerous major infrastructure projects in Wales, Northern Ireland, England and South Africa. For 30 years Mike worked for Arup taking leading roles in their Infrastructure Group.

His experience covers a wide range of complex and sensitive projects including the design and supervision of highway schemes, bridges, major civil engineering structures, land reclamation, railway and commercial infrastructure projects.

For over 19 years Mike has been promoting the use of innovative forms of Partnering Contracts. He was instrumental in providing advice and setting the direction for the Northern Ireland Roads Service on their first use of the NEC Construction Contract on two major highway schemes. He advised and managed on how the £100m A8 dualling project should be procured, including the introduction of an Integrated (Contractor/Consultant) Delivery Team to maximise the benefits of early contractor involvement. He also led the project through the European Procurement Procedures. Regionally he has also advised strategically on a major £70m Track and Signal Renewal Programme for Northern Ireland Rail on their north coastline.

Mike has acted as procurement advisor to Welsh Government and local authorities in Wales. Of particular note is the pivotal role he played in setting the procurement strategy for both the Porth Bypass and Church Village Bypass promoted by Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council. Again, these were based around the use of a collaborative contract, modified to incentivise both client and contractor to maintain aligned objectives.

Mike undertook a secondment in 2006 to South Africa as part of a Cultural Leadership Award. Mike was responsible for the delivery of innovative designs for low cost housing in the townships, together with securing the necessary funding for their delivery via the development of a business case for the scheme. This demonstrated Mike's flexibility and adaptability to respond to different cultural, social and economic constraints. Mike has since returned to South Africa on a number of occasions to maintain his involvement in this project and also, separately, to advise on delivery options for a Bus Rapid Transport System in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town.

Mike took a part time secondment role as Director of Construction Strategy at the Welsh Assembly Government reviewing the Welsh Public sector construction agenda. Mike quickly assimilated into this role, bringing a private sector perspective to the delivery of public sector projects. This included setting realistic timescales for procurement and delivery, encouraging fair, transparent and robust commercial outcomes and developing strategies for collaboration that achieve best value for the public sector from the supply chain.

Ioan Prydderch
Head of Property and Construction
Hugh James
Ioan heads the Property and Construction division at Hugh James. He has more than 15 years' experience of advising on the legal issues that arise in construction and engineering projects and disputes. The wider property and construction team at HJ advises public and private sector organisations across the UK on property and construction related projects and disputes.

Andrew Sutton RIBA
Director of Design & Innovation
Sero Homes
Andy is a past president of the Royal Society of Architects in Wales and an architect with a number of national awards to his name, and has judged for both RIBA and CEW Awards. He has sat on the Welsh Building Regulations Advisory Committee and the Sprinkler Group, and currently sits on Welsh Government's Smart Living and Innovative Housing Groups. His work at BRE encompassed delivering Integrated Design approaches to advise clients on how to deliver better fitted solutions from initial brief through to occupation, as well as innovating across a wide range of built environment issues. Andy is currently Director of Design & Innovation at Sero Homes.

Sustainability
Lucy Hoggins
Director, Resilience Sustainable Solutions Ltd
To follow

Iona Hughes
Director
Wastedoctor
Iona Hughes is an environmental professional, consultant, trainer and Auditor with a particular focus on resources, waste related issues and pollution prevention. She is seconded to the Office of the Future Generations Commissioner as infrastructure advisor, working with the Commissioner to drive the adoption of the well-being goals and principles into the built environment. Priorities for the current programme include planning, infrastructure and housing. Iona's priorities are working to create frameworks for Affordable Housing, Planning and Built Environment (21st Century Schools) and how the Well Being and Future Generations Act is implemented into these projects and shares best practices to achieving the goals.

Colin King
BRE
Director
Colin is employed by the BRE as the Director for Wales and the SW, with key responsibilities of being the lead officer on retrofit, refurbishment and Hygrothermal performance of Buildings. Is one of the Technical Directors currently working on the DECC project "Understanding Heat Loss from external Walls" leading on the unintended Consequences and thermal performance of walls. He sits on numerous technical groups including the DECC Moisture Advisory Group, DCLG Part C, currently delivering Welsh Government revisions to Part A, B and C of the Building Regulations, and BRE member of the UKCMB (UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings), a partnership with UCL (Bartlett), UCL IEDE, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, Heriot Watt University, London School of Health and Tropical Medicine.

SME of the Year
Edward Evans
Director
CECA Wales
Edward is the Director of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales. A Chartered Civil Engineer with almost 30 years' experience of delivering a broad range of technical services and policy development to a senior level across the public and private sectors in Wales.

In 2011 he was appointed by the Welsh Government to the Board of the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and is Chairman of the Planning and Rights of Way Committee. He is also Chair of a Trustee at a local charity for disabled children and adults and is the Chair of Keep Wales Tidy.

Edward was born and raised in Gwynedd and remains a partner in a family run farming business in the Snowdonia National Park. However, he has lived in Cardiff for the last 30 years with his wife and 3 children. He is a fluent Welsh speaker.

Helen Kane
Director
Access Included
Helen Kane is the director of 'Access Included', access consultants and surveyors, and 'Neuro By Design' based in Cardiff and London. The practices specialise in increasing productivity, focusing on neurodiversity and inclusion. Clients attract and retain the talents of a diverse workforce via office design, training and the application of neuroscience research on the built environment.

Helen holds a Master's degree in Construction Project Management, an Honours degree in Housing, a teaching qualification, and is a qualified carpenter and pilot. As a surveyor she has a wide range of experience in all sectors, ranging from negotiations on the London Olympics site to searching for properties while flying a plane in Africa. Her 30 year+ experience spans residential, retail, industrial and commercial sectors internationally (70+ countries).

Helen is past chair of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in Wales; the first female chair in its history.

Other voluntary positions include the Design Commission for Wales design review panel, ICE Wales Cymru FIR committee and ex National Register of Access Consultants (NRAC) board and Chair of Women in Property in Wales.

Value
Rhodri - Gwynn Jones
(Retired)
Graduate of the University of Wales, Cardiff (1973); Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers; 35 years' experience in local government in Wales within the highways, transport, engineering, construction and environmental sectors; 8 years' experience in the private sector as Director of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales; past member of the Welsh Government's Construction Sector Panel; past Chair of Constructing Excellence in Wales. In retirement since 2016.

Tony Norris
Partner
Geldards LLP
Tony is an Equity Partner at law firm Geldards and is their National Head of Infrastructure & Construction.

Born and educated in Cardiff, he originally trained as a structural engineer at Bath University, working on site with Tarmac before taking a new road and converting to law. His most recent work includes the South West Wales Contractors Framework - £0.8Bn contractor framework for schools and other corporate assets of local authorities; Porth Teigr, Circuit of Wales and Aston Martin – advising Welsh Ministers; both of Admiral's new offices in Cardiff and Newport; Western Power's distribution network in Wales, South West and Midlands; the amazing British Airways i360 visitor platform in Brighton for French contractor Poma; and acting for a number of local authorities on their residual and food waste project agreements and procurements.

Tony is Chair of the South East Wales Club of Constructing Excellence and a Board member of Constructing Excellence Wales. He is also a panel adjudicator for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Tony lives in Monmouthshire with his wife Kate, a specialist early years teacher, and their 3 children and enjoys playing his Fender and outdoors based sports and activities.

Andrew Wedlake
Special Projects Manager
Centregreat
Experienced Director of Construction with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Skilled in Value Engineering, Cost Management, Highways, Earthworks, and SMSTS. Strong operations professional graduated from University of Portsmouth.