Stephen Bailey (Project Manager)
3 Sackett Court, Conyngham Rd, Minster, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 4HA
(Mobile) 07786875867 (Home) 01843 822569 (Email) email@example.com
I am a proactive Projects Manager with a carpentry background, experienced in design and build, structural
cut and carve, new build, refurbishments and high end fit outs. With a keen eye for detail and quality I solve
problems quickly and cost effectively while maintaining a safety conscious environment. A strong believer in
effective communications and management of staff, engineers and sub-contractors. I regularly implement
changes to improve and protect programme and commercial targets whilst ensuring client expectations are
cost effectively achieved. My clear thinking and proven commercial awareness has enabled me to deliver
timely financially successful projects across London and the South East.
Living near the High Speed rail line to St Pancras, I’m in London very quickly without fuss.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS AND COURSES
SMSTS Site Management & Safety Training Scheme (5 days)
Construction Site Supervision – Building & Civil Engineering NVQ Level 3
CDM Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007
Contract Law, Past and regular ongoing courses and training for NEC long and short contracts
CSCS Supervisors Gold Card
Risk Assessments & Method Statements course
Site Waste Management Plan course
First Aid at Work
London Underground (Lucas card)
Network Rail PTS card
Clean CRB Check (enhanced for adults and children)
July 2014 and current
(FREELANCE CONTRACT) Project Manager, S&T Interiors (UK) Ltd
£24m Heading up Front of house and FF&E packages for the structural cut & carve conversion of a
grammar school into the Lalit Hotel in Tower Bridge with English Heritage involvement on this grade 2
Strip out and refurbishment of existing offices for our own new head office location.
£1m, 208 room phased occupied refurbishment, to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Victoria Docks.
Three Mock up rooms to the Hotel Russell in Russell Square in preparation for the multi £m tender.
Five star 02 Arora Hotel adjacent to the 02. Part of the team for the FOH fit out.
£1m High end architectural fit out with full M&E refurbishment and structural alterations to a six storey
single occupancy residence in Hyde Park Gate, Knightsbridge.
Feb 2014 to June 2014
Project Manager for Dyer and Butler. Two projects for Network Rail (Sidcup & Lee stations)
Carrying out extensive platform works to both stations with extensive civil embankment stabilisation
works at Sidcup. I resigned from this company, along with many others.
Aug 2012 to Feb 2014
Project Manager, Livis Ltd.
£2m new build construction of a blast proof steel portal framed building with Eternit cladding above
structural pre-cast concrete curtain walling for Thames Water and MVB at Beckton for major electrical
£1.5m project for London Underground with English Heritage involvement at Edgware Underground
Station (Bakerloo line) for internal and external refurbishment of the station and both platforms
including all over bridges.
£200k smaller refurbishment works to two passenger lift motor rooms with new steel construction for
both lifts shafts at Hammersmith Underground Station.
(FREELANCE CONTRACT) Feb 2012 to Aug 2012
CONTRACT MANAGER: Macai Ltd £4m Metsec, dry lining, tape/jointing plastering.
Sub-contracting to Kiers, my responsibility as No1 was the full management of four contracts over two
sites running two site managers and eighty tradesmen in the construction of Metsec curtain walling
and internal dry-lining for two large new build academy schools on the Isle of Sheppy in North Kent.
(FREELANCE CONTRACT) Jan 2011 to Feb 2012
PROJECT MANAGER: Planview Ltd £10.3m D&B strip out, cut & carve and refurbishment.
This was a fast track internal and external project to totally strip, fit out and refurbish the old Waterloo
hospital (listed building) into a 300 bed student accommodation with facilities and staff apartments in
the heart of London. There were extensive structural works to the inside along with sub-station
construction and road works.
JAN 2007 to Jan 2011
SITE AGENT: Walker Construction (UK) Ltd (cut & carve refurbishments, new builds and civil)
No1 responsible from pre start through to completion of a £2.2m strip out and refurbishment and new
build extension for a Blue Flag project for Westminster City Council.
The strip out and refurbishment was to a much loved, live listed two storey pavilion with offices,
children’s day centre, four large wet changing rooms, showers and encompassed all new M&E.
The large new build was to complement the existing building by being traditional build and consisted of
four larger wet changing areas, reception, passenger lift, plant room, underground storage tanks and
installation of irrigation pumps and controls for an international standard hockey pitch.
During this project we successfully secured many further works for Westminster City Council in and
around the park such as removing existing tarmac to 500Lm of 4m wide paths and re-surface, remove
500Lm of fencing and erect new metal railings, create areas with paving and landscaping and convert
part of a building into a gym by stripping out a disused children’s nursery and fit out.
Further awarded £1.7m project at Seymour Leisure Centre London W1
This project involved major structural temp works and fit out to this live listed building to create an
internal void of 30m x 15m and 15m high by removing two concrete floors against the exterior wall to
install a series of varied professional climbing walls with hanging steel and glass viewing galleries and
an impressive feature staircase and reception.
This work was carried out in a live listed building which was continuously busy with organised groups
of school children, crèches, and various fitness, swimming and sports groups for adults.
Further awarded £1.1m project within the same leisure centre
This project was a strip out and refurbishment of two very large communal wet public changing rooms,
toilet and shower areas.
In this live listed building programming and notice was hourly critical to the centre to allow managed
public usage of available facilities.
We were also awarded several smaller works such as varied electrical fault finding and fixes, strip out
floor coverings and re-carpet or vinyl main corridors, carry out surveys for the Council on various parts
of the building and fix many broken fixtures and fittings including overhauling the large main entrance
doors and elevated bridge access ramps and roof works including designing and installing access
gantries and platforms.
Construction of a bridge and abutments over the river Colne, £1mfor Watford Borough Council
Managed the construction and installation of a new 35m bridge with concrete abutments over the River
Colne including new paths and landscaping in a busy park in Watford.
The area had to be sensitively cleared and existing pathways and roads temporarily redirected for the
continued safe use of the public. Installation involved the use of a 200 ton crane and 300lm of triple
layered temp track across the park.
Sep 2005 to Jan 2007
PROJECT MANAGER: Fire Technology (UK) Ltd
Responsible for a £2.2m dry lining and fire stopping project managing up to120 tradesmen in London’s
Canary Wharf on the successful high spec fit out of the new Radisson hotel.
Managed various dry lining projects for schools, office and retail outlets with values around £1m
Aug 2001 to Sept 2005
Installations Manager for Channel Windows
This was a busy Kent based company installing Commercial glazing for retail, hospitals, MOD and local
councils under the Decent Homes Scheme and similar to other companies in this field they installed double
glazing and conservatories direct to the public. My duties were to survey approx. 70% of the work, order the
many varied products from different manufacturers and manage the nine fitting teams and one snagging
team on a daily basis.
Feb 1998 to Aug 2001
Fenestration Surveyor (glazing) for Glaze UK
This was a medium sized double glazing company based in Edgware with fifteen fitting teams and work
covering all of London. As the only Surveyor, I would take the calls direct from the commercial and domestic
salesmen and book the survey time with the clients. I would then carry out the detailed surveys and order all
required materials for the installation teams.
Self-employed Carpenter/window fitter.
Working for companies such as Anglian and a few of the better known regional companies that held good
reputations I had built up my own good reputation for being able to take on the difficult and technical work in
schools, hospitals, MOD, retail, and domestic. I was known for carrying out my own surveys and would be
engaged more and more to carry out surveys on a regular basis for other companies. This led me to focus on
the more technical side of the work with less time on the tools until I was approached by Glaze UK to be their
Hobbies and interests:
I regularly play golf with my Son and friends.
Most forms of motor racing interests me.