b'R AB E HT G N I S I A Rdecimal point you can be out by $100,000,his Diploma in Quantity Surveying afterhours,relationships with its clients. If they ask for says Jamie. But they thrive on the pressure andand brings practical, hands-on experience toyou by name to be on the next project, thats the satisfaction of successfully proposing athe team. They are just two of the four-personthe true test of success.cheaper and less complicated solution to number crunching team that are dedicated to the customer.D&Hs best-for-project approach. Engineering specialityTheyre a noisy bunch and are occasionallyAlong with the other degree-qualified asked to keep it down. When theyre notProject management engineers, D&Hs project management team discussing tonnages and dollars, they canOnce a job is secured, the baton is handed toalso includes its own resident practising often be overheard talking about enginesthe project management team to take chargedesign engineer, John Frederickson.and after-hours pursuits like offroad driving,of running the project. The team comprisesIm not aware of any other fabricator that hunting, kayaking and football. Wayne Carson, Richard Hine, Colin Ross,has a practising structural engineer on the Desmond Knowles, Moro Smith and Sampayroll. It allows the team to add much Quantity surveyingWellseach is a conductor for each projectmore value than is traditional for a structural The quantity surveyors are principally chargedto coordinate progress through all of thesteel fabricator. John, now aided by a young with the financial control of the project.teams, from commercial right through to site,engineering trainee, oversees specialised John Inskeep was the quantity surveyor upmanaging the programme and communicatingproducts like the Custom Welded Beams, until Rod McIntyre rejoined the companythe plan to ensure a successful outcome and aand leads value-engineering initiatives, weld as commercial manager in 2003, retiring inhappy client.design and temporary works.2014. Rod built up the team and developedThe nuts and bolts of what D&H project the processes and structured approach still inmanagers do is deliver projects, on time andDRAWING OFFICEoperation today.on budget. But its anchored by a naturalMike Thompson heads up the detailing team, Shabbir Rajkotwala comes from andesire to go the extra mile to help their clientsthe backbone of which is a group of dedicated international steel contracting background into make the project a success. Thats whatand long-serving employees: Sue Lemmens the Middle East and has been with D&H forthey come back for; they see the added valuejoined D&H in 1994, Guy Jamison in 2002, more than 19 years. Happy Tejinder Kumarthey get from our team, says Richard Hine Wayne Peachey in 2004 and Wendy Sang in started on the shop floor while studying forThe team takes pride in developing deep2007. Where possible, projects are detailed 125'