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Infrastructure Services

Working directly with major construction companies, DGP’s Infrastructure Division delivers robust logistical and civil engineering services to the Infrastructure sector throughout the UK. We support businesses on all elements of civil engineering from large, city centre stations to minor civils works, ensuring that every project undertaken is delivered to the highest levels of health & safety and quality that our clients expect. The Division is headed up by David Pateman, Managing Director, and is supported by Operations Director, Michael McMillan.

David has been heavily involved in the Infrastructure, Transportation, Utilities, Telecommunications and Rail sectors for over 31 years. David was formerly a Commercial Director at Balfour Beatty Major Projects working with HS2; Group Commercial Director for McNicholas Construction; and was a Director within the Kier Group.

Michael has been involved in Highways Maintenance and construction activities for over 18 years, working across sectors including Highways, Civils, Rail, Public Sector/Local Authorities, and Utilities. Michael has previously worked for Tier 1 Major Contractors in roles such as Head of Highways Maintenance Operations and more recently, Senior Project Manager on the M20 Smart Motorway, and has worked with clients including Highways England, Transport for London (TfL) and Local Authorities.

Sectors we operate in

AviationCivilsEducationTelecommunications
EnergyHealthHighwaysUtilities
Public SectorRailRenewables

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DGP Projects currently running in: London, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Leicestershire, Oxfordshire, Surrey