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BW Expands Design and Build Team

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UK workplace fit-out specialist BW has appointed Barnaby Smith and Dan Glater as project directors, along with Chloe Xidhas as operations manager.

Smith brings a wealth of expertise from his tenure at Oktra, a notable player in the London design and build market. With an acute understanding of client needs and industry trends, Smith excels in devising innovative solutions to address supply-demand dynamics. His proficiency in problem-solving ensures the delivery of impactful and sustainable outcomes.

Glater, previously associated with Stabb Interiors, contributes over 15 years of experience in design and build. His extensive engagement with diverse clients spanning various sectors positions him as a technical authority. A keen eye for detail, coupled with dedicated project management, underscores his commitment to providing an impeccable customer journey throughout the design and build process.

Xidhas, who previously contributed to Morgan Lovell’s success, stands out as a seasoned construction professional. With strengths in leadership, organization, and project management, Xidhas has consistently delivered projects on time and within budget. Her involvement in construction site management, quality assurance, bid processes, and cost management highlights her multi-faceted skill set. Furthermore, her active participation in the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) UK & Ireland illustrates her commitment to industry development.

Andrew Bradley, managing director, says: “Barnaby, Dan, and Chloe’s addition to the BW team coincides with the rapid expansion of our design and build division, established only 18 months ago. Their collective experience will further fuel our growth ambitions.”


Our mission has always been to challenge industry norms

Chief Executive, Steve Elliott, adds: “Our mission has always been to challenge industry norms and elevate the market through innovation.

“Our recent growth figures attest to the success of this approach, as we continue to set new benchmarks in the fit-out and design sector.”

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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