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Construction management graduate aims for the top at The Shard

Property and Construction 24 February 2011

Matt Sardovi, a Westminster graduate is currently project managing mechanical, electrical and plumbing installation at The Shard. At 87 storeys and reaching 1,017ft, The Shard is the biggest construction project in the UK and will be the tallest building in Europe

Matt successfully completed the Construction Management BSc (Hons)course at the School of Architecture and the Built Environment and developed the knowledge and management skills required to work in the construction industry. He has worked for Mace for three years and is currently being mentored by one of the senior project directors.

Matt's story is featured in the Times and you can read all about his experiences of taking part in a landmark project here:

http://www.graduatecareer.com/graduate-features/222622/Sent-to-the-tower


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