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Brian Gayton

First Name: 
Brian
Last Name: 
Gayton

Summary

I started on the YTS when I was 16 and since then I have spent 27 years in construction working with interesting people, on exciting projects and with great firms.

And after 27 years it is all about encouraging and supporting people on small or large projects to consider how tasks, time and money should be balanced with thinking, questioning and perspective. Thinking about risks, questioning the way things are done, and perspective around other people's mindsets all then come together to make us consider the impact that we have on each other and the environment around us.

As all people are interesting, and because firms are as great as the people working for them, my goal is to continue working on exciting projects. And to those projects I will not only bring my extensive knowledge and skills to ensure that the firms enjoy commercial and operational sucess, I will also commit my energy and enthusism to those around me, so that they can succeed in the great experience that all construction projects should be.

And why do I make this commitment? Because people in construction like to build things and when they like what they are building their enthusiasm and commitment make the difference and success follows.

Specialties

Commercial Management 

Professional Since: 
Aug-1984 (36.6 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Jul 2008 (12.6 yrs experience, WARNING: 24.0 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
2

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