Rebecca has over 5 years experience in Document Control and Project Administration working with Balfour Beatty Rail on the Northern Hub project. She is a senior administrator and highly proficient user of document management systems such as ProjectWise, providing set-ups, training and support on projects to all users.
Rebecca’s first project for D2 Rail will be as Document Controller/Technical Clerk for the Liverpool Lime Street Station rail rejuvenation project. Rebecca will be supporting, organising and advising the delivery team in respect of the management of their project information.
D2 Rail look forward to utilising Rebecca’s talents as part of their service offering, which provides tailored and impartial advice on Information Management and Document Control. She joins a team of dedicated individuals, who have a wealth of experience in various systems and keep abreast of best practice procedures and industry standards. The team can advise on the setup and maintenance of your chosen system as well as provide training and ongoing support.
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