Long-standing low and recently falling margins in construction are in danger of becoming an expected norm. But does it really have to be that way?
Vendigital has hired an experienced Director to work with the sector team to help drive growth and further strengthen its work across Transportation and Infrastructure.
Richard Daley, joins Vendigital from Turner & Townsend and brings over 25 years’ industry and consulting experience in supporting Transportation, Infrastructure, Engineering and Manufacturing clients. Specialising in Programme/Project and Operational Leadership as a Transformation and Lean Operational Excellence expert, Richard assists clients in optimising their organisations, programmes, projects and supply chains to achieve a step-change in cost and performance.
Commenting on Richard’s appointment, Phil Bulman, the Partner leading our work in Transportation and Infrastructure said:
“We are delighted to welcome Richard to our growing team. Strengthening our focus on Transportation and Infrastructure is part of our expansion strategy and Richard brings some excellent capability and experience in rail and airport operations and projects, as well as a broader background across engineering and manufacturing. As a team, we’ll be continuing to help our clients in delivering on their effectiveness, efficiency and economic ambitions; with insights, innovation and continual improvement at the core of what we do.”
Vendigital help organisations identify and manage their toughest cost, project and performance challenges – by delivering pragmatic solutions that provide a significant return on investment. We bring together our data analytics and deep industry expertise to provide hands-on implementation support to deliver tangible outcomes for our clients – often sharing the risk and reward.
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