An experienced and motivated, technical and commercial professional, who has managed a range of projects, programmes and initiatives, primarily with commercial blue chip companies and with closely
aligned public sector activities.
David has a strong Engineering background gained through 9 years with a global world class leader in filtration and as a member of the senior management team. During his time there David was responsible for ‘trouble-shooting’ on a number of high profile projects and products in the Electronics, Pharmaceutical and Process sectors and then went onto develop an internal business unit, of T/O £5Million, responsible for all activity from order placement to delivery for client bespoke product, leading a multi discipline team of 25.
David subsequently went on to lead the strategy planning team within Vodafone Property, involved in the transformation and integration of a cohesive property department. As National Contracts Manager, David was responsible for the development, award and National contract management of the integrated multi-site contract providing Technical (Hard) FM services.
David combines the practical expertise of FM organisation, mobilisation and operational delivery of technical services and aligned associated services, with the consulting experience of shaping and delivering innovative and effective FM strategies and solutions.
Having worked on client side and with service providers, David has an excellent understanding of true partnerships and how being open in approach, provides a solid foundation to work through challenging situations and effect improvements in service delivery.
David has a wealth of varied pragmatic experience across a host of sectors and activity and thus able to positively contribute and add value to all projects.
Committee Member of the CIBSE Maintenance Task Group, whose primary output is in the publication of the CIBSE publication ‘Maintenance and Engineering Management Guide M‘, that is considered to be the Industry Bible.
Committee Member IMechE CBSD Board - due to be renamed Engineering in the Built Environment.