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Construction Sector

 
#1 Construction Sector
19/05/2005 13:19

Gordon Mc

Is anyone aware of any firms that are heavily into the construction sector? When I have enquired in the past, the construction industry seems to 'disappear' in any sector listings! I have 10 years experience of internal consultancy in the industry and would like to offer my experiences to other firms. Any help would be appreciated.

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#2 Re: Construction Sector
19/05/2005 22:05

Luke

Try Atkins, Hyder, Halcrow....might be up your street.

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#3 Re: Construction Sector
20/05/2005 12:26

Rich

They are more consulting engineers than management consultants, although I accept that there is sometimes a degree of overlap and that Atkins for example claim to offer "management consultancy" services.

I would be more inclined towards companies with a project management inclination, where the overlap is much greater and more meaningful, e.g. Hornagold & Hills, Nichols Group. The likes of PA, Boxwood, AT Kearney and IBM also seem to do some management consultancy work in the construction and transport sectors.

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