Nick is actively involved in all projects, overseeing a team of project managers and liaising with clients, contractors and consultants, as well as managing specific projects. Nick has over 32 years’ in the construction management industry and has over 15 years’ experience specialising exclusively on project managing arts and heritage projects working with NLHF and ACE as funders and numerous Charitable Trusts, Local Authorities and other interested parties. Nick is an RICS Chartered Surveyor, Project Manager, a NLHF Lead Monitor and ACE Construction Advisor.
Sally has been with Cragg since 2002 and is responsible for the overall company accounts and personnel welfare.
Sally is a qualified Counsellor.
Carl has a wide experience in the construction sector, with over 30 years of knowledge, providing cost consultancy and project management services for various client organisations. Carl has worked on a number of successful NLHF and ACE funded projects.
Orlando joined Cragg Management in the summer of 2018. He is an experienced Senior Project Manager with some 17 years’ experience of UK, Middle East and Asian projects, including heritage and arts projects. With his experience across a range of property types including religious buildings, museums, art galleries and listed public sector buildings, he makes a perfect addition to our team.
Jon’ s role is one of Senior Project Manager and Employers Agent, he uses his architectural background to provide specialist input on architectural evaluation of proposals, feasibility and build ability assessments and final sign off of works completed. Jon is also appointed as an NLHF Monitor and has a portfolio of projects that he is appointed on.
Megan has been with Cragg Management since 2006, she has a specialist knowledge of Listed Buildings and Scheduled Ancient Monuments. Megan has managed the submission of NLHF projects and prepares and submits all NLHF progress reports and drawdown applications on behalf of clients. Megan also heads our fundraising department developing not only strategies required for funders but also preparing, submitting and securing funding.
Michael has over 30 years’ experience in both modern and historic projects including Scheduled Ancient Monuments and Grade listed buildings. Michael has a broad base of skills and experience including project management and delivery, facilities and estate management, contract negotiations, stakeholder management and Team leadership. Michael joined Cragg Management in 2018.
Joanna has over twenty years’ wide-ranging experience of supporting cultural sector institutions. She has coordinated the work of complex multi-disciplinary teams across heritage, arts, culture, and education sectors. With expertise in Learning and Participation, Partnership working and audience development, she has supported a range of heritage projects, ACE and NLHF capital projects, providing project and programme management, activity and business planning.
A Project Management for Construction Graduate, Andre supports the Project Managers on various projects, whilst working towards accreditations such as the APM, CIOB and RICS. Day to day Andre, manages the information flow between all sub-contractors and Lead Project Manager, whilst putting together packages for some of the smaller tender items.
Rebecca joined Cragg Management in 2017 with a broad background in leading and supporting operations, events, and programming within the cultural sector.
Rebecca provides programme support to the senior team and is actively involved in a number of projects.
Damian has been working with us since 2015, he heads the operations and development side of the business.
Damian is also involved with projects, offering support to our project managers.
Victoria joined Cragg Management in 2013, she oversees the day to day operations of Cragg Management, and supports the managing director and staff.
Victoria's role involves managing the office organisation, administration, finances and marketing.
Harvey is a leading specialist in front end creative project direction, project management and design with involvement in over 100 museums, visitor attractions/centres, exhibitions, galleries, heritage projects, listed and national monuments, unique and bespoke interiors, retail environments, themed atmospheres, brand development, World Expo pavilions, feature sculpture projects, fine art and creative public realm and display projects around the world. In 2002 Harvey was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).