construction manager David buckley
HOW LONG HAVE YOU WORKED WITH ARDMAC? I’ve been working with Ardmac since 2017. HOW DID YOU GET TO WHERE YOU ARE TODAY? I attended Sligo IT for 4 years finishing off with an honours degree in project management. Following on from this an opportunity within Ardmac as a construction graduate presented itself and the rest is history as they say! The past 4 years in Ardmac have been by no means a walk in the park, this industry requires a lot of determination, resilience and competency to progress along with trust in the team you have. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE ARDMAC? The graduate programme offered a different approach to the construction industry giving opportunity’s to newly graduated college students in a number of sectors within the 2 year programme allowing you to decide and understand better which aspects of the Ardmac team you would prefer to be a part of, where your strengths lay and what areas you needed to improve on if you were to pursue a more senior role in years to come.
Construction managers supervise, control and co-ordinate the construction of building, civil engineering, engineering and architectural projects on-site. Theymakesure thatprojectsareconstructed within time, quality and cost limits. They need to keep track of all sub contractors on site and make sure that all workers have relevant paperwork. Because they work on- site, construction managers are sometimes known as construction site managers or site managers.
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