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6th September 2018

MPA are seeking adhoc administrative support

We are seeking someone who can offer adhoc administrative support on an hourly basis to help with events preparation. Hours can be confirmed one week in advance. Paid by the hour. If you are interested please contact manon.bradley@majorprojects.org and share your CV.

23rd July 2018

Gender Balance Initiative shortlisted for Association Excellence Award

We are absolutely delighted that the Major Projects Association Gender Balance Initiative has been shortlisted for an Association Excellence Award 2018.

"It is a great honour that our hard work has been recognised in this way. Not only will this promote the work of the Major Projects Association but will highlight the importance of improving Equality, Diversity and Inclusion" said Manon Bradley, Development Director.

The award winners will be announced on 12th October.
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12th June 2018

Honour for Executive Director Denise Bower

We are delighted to announce that Major Projects Association Executive Director, Denise Bower, was awarded an OBE in the recent Birthday Honours List for her work in engineering and construction. We are very proud of her achievement and hope our members will share in our congratulations to her.

23rd February 2018

Nirmal Kotecha joins the Board

The Association is delighted that Nirmal Kotecha, Director of Capital Programme and Procurement for member organisation, UK Power Networks has agreed to join the Board.

“I have known the MPA for over ten years and am delighted to have been invited to join the Board. I look forward to working with Sir Tim Laurence and the other Board members at such an exciting time in the world of Project Delivery.” Nirmal Kotecha

5th December 2017

Future pioneers sought to help shape UK's future

Lord Adonis, chair of the National Infrastructure Commission has announced plans for a Young Professionals Panel, which would advise him and his fellow Commissioners as they develop the country’s first-ever National Infrastructure Assessment. He argued that this was a “unique opportunity” for someone in the first few years of their career to have real influence over how the UK’s infrastructure is developed over the next three decades.

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