I've identified some key information about Gardiner and Theobold's
operations in the US, including some of the key personnel involved in
cost management projects.
I trust the information below fully answers your question.
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for Clarification, and I'm happy to assist you further.
G&T's basic contact information for their US operations can be found
at the following site:
317 Madison Avenue,
New York, NY 10017
Tel. 212 661 6624
Fax 212 661 6393
and a description of their Cost Management services can be seen here:
By searching for the terms [ gardiner theobold "cost management" ], I
was able to identify the following personnel at G&T involved in cost
John R. Forster
The actual links for information on these individuals and the projects
they are involved with are as follows:
DAYLIGHTING THE NEW YORK TIMES HEADQUARTERS BUILDING
Gardiner & Theobald--International Project and Cost Management
John R. Forster Director
Forging Strong Relationships
212 661 6624
Gardiner & Theobald named project manager for law firm office job
Andrew Mann, FRICS, principal of Gardiner & Theobald's New York office.
Gardiner & Theobald's John R. Forster, director of project management
and Andrew Demming, senior project manager, will oversee and
coordinate the project, which includes cost management, construction,
interior fit-outs and relocation.
GARDINER & THEOBALD APPOINTED COST AND PROJECT MANAGERS FOR AMERICAN
BRANCH OF EUROPEAN LANDESBANK KIEL
Heading the Gardiner & Theobald team are John Forster, director, and
Robert Syms, project manager, who is also responsible for the cost
management of the project.
Gardiner & Theobald to serve as project manager for 2 WFC job
Gardiner & Theobald Project Supervisor Christopher Carlin will oversee
and coordinate the entire project, which includes cost management,
construction, interior fit-outs and relocation...
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Clarification of Answer by
17 Jul 2006 11:45 PDT
I didn't find anyone other than those names I listed, and a second
look didn't turn up anyone else.
The names provided are certainly involved in cost management, though
mostly at a managerial level.
If this answer doesn't work for you, though, just let me know, and I
will ask the editors to remove it so that you won't be charged.