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Very successful event on Wednesday 12th November 2014 at 1 Wimpole Street London. Feedback has been very positive, attached are a couple of pictures, the video footage of the event will be available here shortly. read more...
Posted by Tania Pomroy on IET/ACostE Project Controls Network Nov 28, 2014 9:32 GMT
Busiest, largest, global, security, runways – these are the words that pop into my head when I think about Heathrow and Gatwick airports. For most, airports mark the first point of call when we’re on our travels and we hope and pray that everything is to schedule…   Yet behind the scenes, project controllers are hard at work helping... read more...
Posted by Phoebe Houssein on IET/ACostE Project Controls Network Nov 11, 2014 3:12 GMT

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Good article @SaverioLosito: The PMO - What's the Right Level of Authority? What sort of PMO does your co. need-what authority should it have?
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