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"Every single day in my new role is different"

Senior quantity surveyor turned design project manager, Jodi Christian explains how her role at London Bridge station has opened up so many new avenues for her to explore.

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Jodi Christian

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Senior quantity surveyor turned design project manager

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2.4 years from 2016

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Putting forward my vision for the management of design and close out for the project, which enabled me to become the design lead.

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This role has opened up so many new avenues for me to explore and being the lead for around 75 people has really helped me hone my communications skills.

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This project has been a landmark moment in my career. For the past 20 years, I have worked in construction, beginning my career as an assistant quantity surveyor on regional contracts. For me to come in to this project as a commercial quantity surveyor and leave as a project manager is a real achievement and I can’t wait to see this project through to the very end.

“I love visiting the station concourse and noticing the impact it is having on people’s journeys. I will often start up a conversation with the person next to me to get their honest opinion and it is great to hear their feedback.”

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Simon Ellison, Sector Director
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