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Junior Project Controls Assistant Appointed

Dave Harwood’s Project Controls team has appointed Louis Szymanski. He has joined in the position of Junior Project Controls Assistant. A Graduate of the University of Leeds, Louis comes from a Civil Engineering background with a Masters in Structural Engineering. His final year research project focused on lifecycle costing and data analysis, which will support some of D2’s Project Controls work.

Following his studies, Louis spent 3 years as an elite cyclist, racing for a team, in professional-level races throughout the UK and Europe. This chapter in his life, embedded a diligent work ethic which, will be applied to his exciting new role at D2.

Just prior to joining D2 Rail, Louis worked in the operations department for a company in the construction industry. He provided provided administrative support to ensure the smooth running of business operations.

We welcome Louis to his new team.

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