The Driving Force behind Project 66 Phil Jones Director Project 66 Consultancy Services Limited A Member of the Institute of Leadership & Management, a Member of the Association for Project Management, a Fellow of the Faculty of Building, an Associate of the Association of Building Engineers, an Associate Member of the Institute of Knowledge Transfer and a Registered Prince2 Practitioner, Philip has over 28 years experience in Multi-discipline Consultancy. He is extremely well versed in the co-ordination of the disparate strands of information and dealing with the potential conflicts that are an every day part of modern complex projects. He has remained very much a "hands on" practitioner in multi-discipline project management and his experience of managing the Welsh regional offices of Ferguson McIlveen LLP and Scott Wilson Ltd has given him a particularly well informed understanding of the needs of clients in Wales and the West of England. Philip has experience on projects in numerous sectors including; retail, industrial - both heavy and light engineering environments, fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries, food industry, medical appliance manufacturing, public sector projects for local authorities including, colleges, schools, major public buildings and regeneration projects, housing and property development, mining and mineral extraction. He has managed and assisted in the introduction, improvement and running of the following management systems:- Quality Management Systems to BS EN ISO 9001, Environmental Management Systems to BS EN ISO 14001, Health and Safety Management Systems to OHAS 18001. Philip is experienced in the delivery of training in project management and general management systems and processes.
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