We are pleased to welcome Lorissa Walker to the D2 Rail Team, in the position of Executive Support.
Lorissa will be based at our King Street Office and will be providing support to the managers and other colleagues in the office. Lorissa will report to Managing Director, David Diesbergen. Previously, this role was held by Rebecca Crean. Rebecca has recently moved into our Information Management team, hence, Lorissa’s appointment.
Lorissa has an infrastructure industry background, so is very much at home with our fast paced Programme Management Consultancy environment. She joins us from Pinnacle Luxury Developments, where she was a Client & Contracts Manager for 3 years. Throughout her time at Pinnacle, Lorissa worked on various different property developments ranging from £250k to £5.5m. During that time, Lorissa also gained further insight into the industry via a Site Management role, before returning back to Contract Management.
In her spare time, Lorissa enjoys long walks with her 4 dogs and also runs a small Beagle group that raise money for Beagle Welfare.
We wish Lorissa a long and happy career with D2 Rail.
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