We have released our latest edition of D2 News. The last six months has seen D2 Rail winning new rail work at a rate of knots and hence a large part of that period has been filled with the recruitment of a number of planning and controls specialists.
Our existing teams have been busy too, brilliantly supporting existing bodies of work, as D2’s stock continues to rise through our innovative solutions and intelligent investment in our multi-functional Programme offering. Our aim is to help our clients to drive value for money through every aspect of their operations.
“Our mission is to provide the very highest quality offering, whether it is as a standalone service provision, or an integrated programme management solution.
“With the new recruits adding further capabilities and capacity across the breadth of the rail and wider construction programme management sector, I look forward to continued success for us all as we move through 2019. Do please click here to read our latest newsletter and learn more about the progress we have been making”
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