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Meet the Design & Estimating Team

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Luke O'Reilly

Pre Construction Manager

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I have worked within the MEP industry since completing my apprenticeship in 2005. Working in various roles in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and South Yorkshire. As head of our estimating team, I oversee all incoming and outgoing tenders

Best thing about working at Cogent Projects: The flexibility with work/home life. The trust
the management place with you only elevates your commitment to the company.

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Matthew Rodgers

Mechanical Design and Estimating Manager

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 I have worked within the MEP industry since completing my apprenticeship in 2005. Working in various roles in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincoln and South Yorkshire.

Best thing about working at Cogent Projects: Fantastic work colleagues.

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David Keeton

Electrical Design & Estimating Manager

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I have worked in the industry in excess of 34 years starting my career as an Apprentice Electrician (yes, a proper one!!) working through to where I am today. I have experience of all projects in the domestic, commercial, healthcare and light industrial sectors.

Best thing about working at Cogent projects:  The great team I work with.

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Tom Hutton

Electrical Design & Estimating

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Chris Smith

CAD Engineer

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After my Electrical Apprenticeship, I moved onto a CAD Role. As a CAD Engineer, I have worked in several sectors, including Construction, Manufacturing and Landscape Architecture. Before joining Cogent, I have worked for companies based across Leicestershire and the Middle East.

Best thing about working at Cogent Projects:  I enjoy the friendly office environment, I’m one of the newest members of the team but I feel like I’ve known everyone for years. And there is something really magical about the way the sun bounces off of Karl’s head in the mornings.