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We're supporting some of industry's largest developers, infratructure clients, and contractors

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We're working as part of the WSP Project Controls team on projects for Network Rail and London Underground.

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Sisk are now deploying our ADePT approach on a number of their largest projects and have developed their own design process templates.

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We have helped various NHS Trusts to make best use of their built assets, using our OptimiseTM approach.

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Adept Management is now supporting Skanska, one of the world's leading project development and construction groups, on a wide range of high profile projects across the UK, Sweden and the US.

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Over the years Adept Management has supported Kier to deliver a wide range of projects in the education, residential, energy, and custodial sectors.

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Adept Management is supporting Morgan Sindall's Project Controls functions in major projects in the rail, nuclear, and defence sectors. 

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Adept Management is providing planning and project controls services to CH2M on projects in the highways and utilities sectors.

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We've provided planning and reporting services to Brookfield Multiplex on projects in the UK and overseas, using our ADePT approach, most recently on a major healthcare project in Scotland.

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We're supporting Balfour Beatty in a National Grid framework, developing planning 'wizards' for overhead line renewal projects. We've also recently worked on a range of Balfour Beatty projects in the commercial and education sectors.

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We're supporting with Polcom's modular construction business, undertaking Project Management responsibility, on projects in the UK, Europe and the US.

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Since 2007 we've supported Dart in their development at Camana Bay in the Cayman Islands.

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We've helped United Utilities to integrate their financial control, contract management, and project planning systems.

"We were able to prioritise activities to use our resources as efficiently as possible"

Programme Manager