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Darren Hodkinson BSc Construction Project Management CIOB MAPM     

Name: Darren Hodkinson BSc Construction Project Management CIOB MAPM
Affiliations: (NECReg)
Address: Canning Exchange, 10 Canning Street, Edinburgh
Post Code: EH3 8EG
E-mail: Darren.Hodkinson@fgould.com
Current Position: Associate Director
NEC Experience: Various healthcare projects, Acute and Primary healthcare, involving new-build and reconfiguration of existing hospital/ward areas. These were delivered through the Scottish HFS healthcare Framework utilizing the NEC3 Option C form of contract. I acted in the capacity as the NEC Project Manager.

Projects ongoing through 2017 for the next few years are the delivery of modular accommodation units for Scottish Enterprise as speculative annexe space for research & development, this is being delivered through an NEC3 Option A contract. I am acting as the NEC PM and the design team sub-consultant agreements are also PSC Contracts.

University of Glasgow Research Hub is a large new-build specialist Research building forming part of an extension to the existing University campus, this is being delivered through an NEC3 Option C contract. I am acting as the NEC PM and the design team sub-consultant agreements are also PSC Contracts.

Over the last few years I have undertaken a number of internal company training courses for NEC and then in February 2017 completed the NEC3: ECC Project Manager Accreditation course.
NEC Projects: St Johns Hospital- Elective Surgery Centre    NEC3 Option C    NEC PM    £8.2m    2011    2012
Alexandria Health & Care Centre    NEC3 Option C    NEC PM    £20m    2012    2013
University of Glasgow- Research Hub    NEC3 Option C    NEC PM    Confidential    2016    2020
Scottish Enterprise Modular Accommodation-Edinburgh BioQuarter    NEC3 Option A    NEC PM    £2.2m    2017    2018

Member of the ICE Register of:
NEC3 ECC Project Manager

Profession(s):
Project Manager  |  Consultant  |  Employers Agent  |  Cost Advisor

Industry Type:
Public  |  Private

Industry Sectors:
Building

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