Case study - Luke Streeter, Atkins
Young project professional of the year: 2014
Working alongside Heathrow and other key suppliers, Luke Streeter was appointed the Atkins project manager for one of the world's first common use self-boarding solutions. It was his job to manage, coordinate and engage with people from 16 different companies in a large and complex stakeholder environment in order to deliver this high profile project. It was also his first experience of being a project manager.
Luke's key objective was to deliver a working solution by the project deadline of the opening of the terminal. There was no tolerance for late delivery.
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