A director at Projex since 2011, Greg has an extensive background in both project and commercial management and is ideally placed to head up the fund monitoring division, which provides services to a wide range of hedge funds, banks and other financial institutions. He is also one of the lead project managers in the business taking responsibility for the delivery of major schemes, with particular experience in the residential sector.
Greg’s experience means he can pre-empt likely issues and, if needed, is well versed in contractual negotiations to help ensure efficient project delivery. A great communicator, he is a highly valued member of any delivery team, encouraging an open minded and collaborative approach alongside his extensive practical knowledge. Greg is responsible for residential and fund monitoring divisions, as well as joint head of the Solihull office.
Speedo Headquarters, ng2 Business Park, Nottingham – acting in the combined role PM/EA and QS to facilitate the relocation from existing Victorian premises to a brand new award-winning 45,000 sq ft three-storey commercial offices. The D&B project was turnkey thus entailing significant co-ordination and interface across multi-work streams as well as leading the on-site project delivery. The co-operative and harmonious spirit galvanized on the project was without doubt a core ingredient relative to the successful delivery of the project and has served as a blueprint in terms of leading future projects.
- Swallow House, Birmingham, £8m – the first PRS residential conversion project in Birmingham; responsible for cost consultancy, project management and employer’s agent on behalf of client, Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund General Partner Ltd.
- The Forum, Pershore Street, Birmingham, £38m – new build PRS residential scheme comprising 334 apartments over 12 storeys; PM and EA on behalf of Link City – currently live on site.
- Cathedral Square, Worcester, £2m – shell and core MSU alteration and conversion for a 20,000 sq ft retail unit acting as PM, EA and QS on behalf of Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund General Partner Ltd.
- Costa Coffee “eco pod”, Telford – the UK’s first zero energy coffee shop, which won the Judges Supreme Award at the UK Energy Awards, as well as the Sustainability Award by the British Council of Shopping Centres.
- Elizabeth House, Cambridge, £12m – fund monitoring new student accommodation for Chenavari, which required working around student timetables and complicated new build elements
- Southampton Row, Holborn, London, £6m – fund monitoring the conversion and redevelopment of a classic, 8-storey, terraced office building into 167-bed student accommodation, also for Chenavari.
- Speedo Headquarters, ng2 Business Park, Nottingham – multi award-winning new build, including East Midlands development of the year (two years’ running) and various design awards. Rated BREEAM excellent 2006 for offices and officially opened by the Princess Royal in 2011.
The Royal Courts of Justice on Fleet Street – to see how such a magnificent building was designed and constructed all those centuries ago would be a dream come true.
Looking out on Carbis Bay from St Ives Habour or Porthminster beach.