Ian Eggers’s career development saw him join Mace, having previously worked for Bovis on various prestigious projects, including Broadgate. During his time at Mace, Ian rose to the position of Managing Director of Construction Management and the subsidiary business Mace Living. Some of the highlights of Ian’s career at Mace include the successful negotiation of the contract to build the Shard at London Bridge Tower and also the accolade of having been the youngest ever winner of the coveted Construction Manager of the Year Award. Having left Mace, Ian is currently enjoying success running his own construction business, Rise. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Phil Solomon is the Operations Director within Mace leading the Construction Management and Major Projects planning teams. He has a wide background of planning and preconstruction engineering experience on projects with a high public profile and where quality is important. He has contributed to many complex projects, including several of the skyline towers in the City of London. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Warren Alexander-Pye is a Senior Project Manager and a core member of the Mace Construction Management team. He spent three years working on the Shard at London Bridge Tower and also has experience on a number of project management, construction management and pre-construction commissions, including two years of construction delivery at Canary Wharf, London. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Malcolm Hannon is Managing Director of MLogic. He has successfully managed numerous construction logistics commissions in the open market for a variety of clients. Malcolm has brought his experience and expertise to the management of collaborative construction logistics on a host of complex projects including the Shard at London Bridge Tower and Heathrow Terminal 5A. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Ian Eggers, Phil Solomon, Warren Alexander-Pye and MalcolmHannon
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