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January 2018 Newsletter

Following a successful 2017, D2 Rail has launched its first newsletter for January 2018.

The senior team have been working hard to develop their Programme Management consultancy offering and have added Information Management and BIM divisions to compliment their existing PlanningProject Controls and Constructability divisions and have also been busy amplifying further their Visualisations offering.

Managing Director David Diesbergen added:

“It has been a year of growth and new opportunities for everyone at D2 Rail and we appreciate our customers continued commitment to our company and its growth.

“D2 Rail is committed to being a world class service provider and we believe by understanding, and embracing clients’ business problems, mission, project objectives and goals, we will be able to build stronger and lasting relationships that will be mutually beneficial.

“We are proud of our success in 2017, and would like to share this with you. So please click this link to read more.

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