What our Delegates and Partners Think

After working with delegates and partners over the last 7 years, Project Controls Expo is proud to display some fantastic client testimonials and feedback. Everyone is very important to us. For us it's about putting something back into the profession. Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our survey or sent personal feedback to the team. We are very excited about our extended 2018 Expo taking place with an awards dinner on 13th November and the full day event on 14th November.

Testimonial Videos


London 2017 (16 Nov) @ Emirates FC Stadium


Julie Owen

DEO Program Management for LA Metro, Los Angeles

Sending congratulations on a successful Expo and thank you for the opportunity to participate. Thought the event was very professionally executed and was impressed. Appreciated the opportunity to meet you and witness your professionalism.

Alec Ray

Director, ACostE (Association of Cost Engineers, UK)

The Project Controls EXPO 2017, was again of a very high standard, which we are now accustomed to. International Cost Engineering Council (ICEC) committee was also pleased to attend the event and I am sure that this will result in more International co-operation in Project Controls.
Thank you very much for all your efforts in promoting our Project Controls profession.

Keith Hogben

Director, RPC UK

Congratulations and many thanks for a great event yesterday. Without a doubt, it was the best show day we’ve ever experienced. Roll on PCE18.

Rod Baker

Executive Director, APMG International

Another great event. Good agenda. Good partners. Good venue. Good organisation.

Derek Brown

Managing Director of Technology Resourcing Ltd

Huge congrats Anil Godhawale, IEng, CCP, PSP, this event is just going from strength to strength. 1,300 Planning & Project Controls specialists taking a day out of their busy schedules says it all.

Catherine Lambert

Product Development Manager at ECITB

It was a fabulous event and an honour to be invited to speak. There was a real 'buzz' this year and lots of interest in project controls as a career and gaining national recognition through qualifications and professional membership. Excellent and very well organised by you, Anil and your team.

Dawn Thompson

Senior Account Manager - EDP & South Region at ECITB

Really great event - well done to you and the team for the organisation. It was really pleasing to see so many people becoming more engaged in Project Controls. The future is looking bright.

Niall Faris

Project and Programme Controls Leader, CH2M

Great day Anil and Team - huge effort and it was an honour to present and meet so many old friends.

Ian Baker

Founder and Director, riskHive Software Solutions Ltd

Awesome - I was so impressed with what you have achieved. Well done Anil & team. It's both a pleasure and privilege to be working with you. Top-notch

Monisha Gower

Cadent Gas

I just wanted to feedback that the Expo yesterday was a success from my point of view…enlightening and thought provoking. I only wish I could have split myself 4-ways to be able to attend all the lectures. Thank you and look forward to next year’s event!

Mike Morrice

Senior Controls Manager at Amey

The ECITB Trailblazer Project Controls Apprenticeship was formally launched at the Emirates Stadium/London ,on Thursday 16th November 2017. The significance of this is ; that the ECITB courses are the only Project Controls training that have been vetted and accredited to UK-Gov' standards .The addition of the new Apprenticeship allows access to proper training, with low entry level requirements but after training (the higher training units) are equivalent to BSc/MSc degree level . With this type of training, on the job experience is gained right alongside the academic and computer training. For any companies in the UK-Gov' training Levy scheme, there are extremely good incentives offered (look on ECITB website for details) . The ECITB training courses are the only courses available which correctly recognise Project Controls as a separate/unique Profession and not as a sub-set of any other profession. One of the biggest complaints from all planning and controls professionals was that there was no formal training or recognition for the profession. The ECITB have answered that call. Now there is.
The Expo' was very well attended (standing room only in some parts) with speeches and mini-lectures from some of the industries finest, along with some extremely well set-up stalls/stands and exhibitions from most of the controls related companies.Looking forward to next year already.

James William

Project Controls Manager & Founder of Planning Planet

I went to the controls expo for the first time yesterday (have been overseas for years) and I just wanted to say thanks for organising it. I was very impressed and found it extremely useful.
Well done and keep up the good work.

Tanya White

Planning & Project Controls Consultant at Tech Resourcing

Well done for organising another fantastic event, 1300 through the door - amazing! You could definately feel a buzz this year. It was great to be a part of such a well organised event and of course being able to network with some key people in our industry.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you next year!

Rod Whiting

Regional Director at Faithful+Gould, UK

Fantastic event. Please thank the rest of your team for us all. Enjoyed speaking too as well as attending some of the other presentations and meeting old acquaintances and making some new ones.

Christiaan des Bouvrie

CEO at Cost Engineering

Well done Expo team, very impressive!

Tina Vadolia

Senior Consultant, BMT Hi-Q Sigma

Meeting previous clients Understanding clients' issues (fustrations) Ways we would work with future companies, collaborate to bring a collective solution to a client

Mark Geary

Deputy Financial Controller at MOD

Enjoyable presentations and a good opportunity to network with other PC Professionals.

Patrick Law

Ministry of Defence

The whole event was an exemplar of how to run a conference, and keep the costs to attendees to a minimum, well done, I hope to attend next year!

Mat Revitt

Project Cost Engineer at Magnox Ltd

Very well organised, lots of different topics covered, professionally done.

Bianca Koning

Senior Finance Specialist at ConQuaestor

So many choices for speakers and presentations. So many ideas and learning possibilities.

Philip Edward McNaught

Associate Company NameWSP in the UK

The environment was excellent. Like minded passionate project controls / management fraternity who are delivering project worth £100 Bn.

Jim Nixon


Diversity of stands Meeting with former colleagues

Barry Scicluna


The venue is great, I like the market stalls, and generally its great to get everyone in similar professions together.

Richard Wood

VP International Sales for Safran Software

The quality of delegates leads to excellent lead gen opporunities and overall networking.

Wayne Goodison


The event was extremely well organised and I was very impressed with the venue at the Emirates. Thoroughly enjoyed all the Lectures I attended as the content was very informative and well presented. Can't wait for next year.

Martijn Kuijpers

Finance Project Accountant at TenneT Offshore

The variety in subjects, experience level and industries and the number of presentations offered.

James Scott

Project Management Degree Apprentice BAE Systems

The variety of talks to attend, and the freedom to choose which to attend.

Dawn Batchelor

Cost Controller at Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S)

Very well run once inside, well attended, good venue with excellent facilities.

Asif Iqbal

Portfolio Risk Manager, National Grid

Great opportunity to meet many people across the industry and share ideas and experiences; a really well planned and executed event; looking forward to the next one!

Grace Johnson

Graduate Project Professional Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S)

The opportunity to network and listen to other organisations share their experience and lessons learnt within a projects

Derek Gonsalves

Senior Site Financial Controller - Hitachi Zosen Inova UK Ltd

The venue was iconic and ease about going from one presentation to another due to the stadium configuration.

Paul Pearce

Programme Controls Director at Mace

The opportunity to network, hear respected individuals talk passionately about their achievements, problems overcome and find out about large projects that have benefitted from improved project controls.

Luke Barford

Project Planner at Knorr-Bremse

Great to meet people from different industries and see the journey the business are taking from presentations.

Julian Hardy

Planning Manager at Transport for London

Great job. Keep promoting the value of Planning, Controls and benefits to delivery

Catherine McCarthy

Lead Nurse Gynaecology & Reproductive Medicine, Imperial College NHS Trust

Venue - well organised and laid out, talks in separate rooms rather than in the main exhibition area. Very professional.

Kitty Taylor

Ministry of Defence

Most of the talks were excellent, it was a very good set up at Emirates Stadium and easy to make the best use of my time there.

Eitan Har-Oz

Sales Director UK at ShapeDo

I thought the event was very well executed, and from our perspective the best aspect was the attendees who were all extremely respectable decision makers.

Adam Garnham

Planning & Project Controls Turner & Townsend

Networking and seeing old faces. Its the only real opportunity to catch up with old colleagues and meet new connections in project control from such a wide network on industries.

Akshatha Pai

Project Manager at GBG plc

As a fresh project manager, the content covered was very beneficial and easy to follow.

Gary Collier

Estimating Development Lead at Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S)

Very well co-ordinated and organised within a professional environment.

Mita Patel

Project Manager at GBGroup plc

Professionalism, completeness, friendliness, everyone was welcome and valued. When u are starting on the PM leader that makes a big difference.

Catherine Anderson-Selby

Paediatric Occupational Therapist at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

The different approaches in project management from different sectors/organisations.

Sheryl Durham

Project Controls Manager at SNC Lavalin Hydrocarbons & Chemicals

Having a chance to chat with people in similar roles in different industries that I wouldn't normally come across...new contacts, new perspectives. Very useful!

Paul Jennings

Head of Programme Implementation at Seetec

The agenda was very strong and covered a wide range of topics.

Adam Defusto

Bid and Project Management Graduate - Thales

Great opportunity to listen to other viewpoints of Project Controls from a diverse range of industries and analyse how they correlate with mine.

Edward Grimwood

IS Project Manager at National Grid

I thought the event flowed very well and having a drinks at the end of the day, meant that people stayed behind and were more willing to network. Other events I have found that people drift off once the last speaker is finished and this opportunity is missed.

Michael Clarke

Pre-Construction Approvals Manager (HS2 Central package) at Fusion JV LogiKal Projects

Its the highest regarded expo for project controls. Its the only one that major players within project controls make sure they attend

Dan Nisbett

Senior Project Controls Engineer at Turner & Townsend

Everything. This is easily the best project controls event of the year and provides a fantastic opportunity to network with your peers and build relationships. The presenters were excellent and demonstrated their detailed knowledge. Personally, the best thing about the event was the app - being able to have all the info you need just on your phone made the day so much easier to dip in and out of presentations and plan to get the most out of the day. I'm already looking forward to next year's event!

David Hirst

Portfolio Planning & Assurance Manager at LeasePlan UK Limited

A very professional event compared to Project Challenge which I have attended previously. Better speakers, better location, better AV, better catering, better overall.

Robert Bryson

Senior Planning Engineer BAM Nuttall Ltd

It was the first time I had attended the Expo and I thought it was well organised and the efforts by the 'enabling staff' on the day were great. It was great to see some colleagues of days gone by. Also a good idea to get so many like minded individuals in to the one exhibition. I will be better informed for next year and will be more careful over my selection of talks that I attend. All in all though very well organised thank you very much.

Jack Waters

Project Control Analyst Company NameUK Ministry of Defence

Variety of speakers from different industries which gave me a view of how these different industries approach Project Controls

Antony Moore

President for Mosco, LLC

Well attended, with relevant speakers and vendors

Jay Adcock

Project Manager UK MOD

Vast array of companies catering for many sectors.

Hamid Gholami

Senior Project Planner at Siemens

Diversity of the topics, getting to know the latest in the market and being part of a big community of colleagues.

Tom Sheldrick

Project Planner at Transport for London

Enjoyed all of it, from the informative talks to the venue and catering & the updated emails before the event.

London 2016 (16 Nov) @ Emirates FC Stadium


Keith Hogben


Project Controls Expo 2016 ranks as the best event at which we have exhibited in our 24 year history. So much so that RPCuk will, once again, be Platinum sponsors for the 2017 event. The level of interest, from the many visitors to our stand, in the capabilities of RPCuk was unprecedented. The quality of presentations from respected speakers was extremely impressive and the stature of delegates unmatched. Finally, the level of support that we received from the organisers was exemplary. Project Controls Expo is simply a “must attend” event for anybody involved in successful project delivery.

Nick Curran

Fusion Commercial

It gets the balance just about right between being informative and educational and allowing vendors to push their services and offerings

Mita Patel


I simply loved the Professionalism, completeness, friendliness, everyone was welcome and valued. When u are starting on the PM ladder that makes a big difference.

Sheryl Durham

SNC Lavlin

Expo offered a chance to chat with people in similar roles in different industries that I wouldn't normally come across...new contacts, new perspectives. Very useful!

Adam Defusto

Thales Group

It was a great opportunity to listen to other viewpoints of Project Controls from a diverse range of industries and analyse how they correlate with mine.

Michael Clarke

Logikal Projects

Its the highest regarded expo for project controls. Its the only one that major players within project controls make sure they attend

Dan Nisbett

Turner & Townsend

Everything in the event was simply awsome. This is easily the best project controls event of the year and provides a fantastic opportunity to network with your peers and build relationships. The presenters were excellent and demonstrated their detailed knowledge. Personally, the best thing

David Hirst


A very professional event compared to Project Challenge which I have attended previously. Better speakers, better location, better AV, better catering, better overall.

Bastiaan Jonker

GHD Group

What I liked most is hearing from likeminded people going through similar problems that you are facing and hearing creative solutions and networking.

Jack Water

Ministry of Defence

I particulrly liked the variety of speakers from different industries which gave me a view of how these different industries approach Project Controls

James Neville

United Utilites Plc

I particualry liked the wide choice of agenda items / speakers. Good venue with plenty of opportunity to network.

Alamin Haque


I see Expo providing an excellent platform for project controls people to share and learn from each other.

Ritesh Yadav

Projcon Group

If you ask me, what I liked about it, I'd say Location, audience, Exhibition, presentations and the list goes on..

London 2015 (13 Oct) @ Emirates Arsenal Stadium


Andrew Hill

MD, LogiKal UK

"We have been exhibiting at this event for the last 4 years and it has now become the most successful event in Project Controls which exists in UK. It was attended by around 750 professionals which demonstrates the level of emerging focus which there is for excellence in the practice of controls. The event was well organised and involved substantial opportunity for networking with others working in our space, as well as a number of presentations and workshops on relevant topics.

It never ceases to amaze me how such a clearly focused theme can have so many different aspects to cover and different solutions to problems you never knew you had. Presentations at events like this tend to be a case of ‘preaching to the converted’ – by virtue of the fact that they are attending most people agree with the central tenet that investment in doing Project Controls right leads to better outcomes. However, there is a definite benefit from Project Controls becoming more widely recognised as an area of opportunity for individuals and organisations.

Congratulations to Anil Godhawale and his team on another successful event."

Dan Nisbett

Turner & Townsend

"I must say, the expo was a brilliant event! I really enjoyed myself as it was very well organised and a fantastic showcase for all involved."

Laurie Bowman

Principal at Synchrony, Chair of Australian Cost Engineering Society - NSW Division, Australia

"It was great to experience over 700+ project management professionals, project controls professionals, project management industry associations, project controls associations, examination organisations, and software vendors from around the world coming together as one all come together as one to exchange ideas and celebrate our profession. There was something for everyone with multiple streams and all skill levels catered for from beginners to experts. The technical seminars were excellent covering a diverse range of topics including Integrated cost and schedule risk analysis, Total Cost Management, BIM and even artificial intelligence. Between technical sessions the networking opportunities were fantastic all day as you would expect with such high number of delegates from a wide range of disciplines.

One thing is for certain, events like the Project Controls Expo are a great catalyst for getting our profession together and exchanging ideas and this is a great thing for practitioners and for industry.

Well worth the trip from Australia and looking forward wait to next year’s event!"

Anthony Dailey

Managing Director, Dailey Consultancy Limited

"As a first timer, I’ve got to say it more than met my expectations! It is a real achievement to have an event where over 750 project control professionals from a range of industries (Oil, Gas, Pharmaceutical, Construction, Nuclear, Infrastructure, Defence, Government) all get together to share knowledge and form lasting relationships. My credit and appreciation goes out to Anil Godhawale and his team who have turned this into a must go to Project Control event, on the world stage. It is now in its 5th year!

Yes the event had software providers, sales consultants and recruiters. You could be excused for being slightly cynical about the high level of salesman ship that always talks place at Expos. But for me this Expo offered so much more!

Networking. I spoke with an apprentice at BAE systems, who was very switched on to business psychology and the importance of team work to deliver successful projects. I also met with a client relationship manager from a Training company who is taking the world of e-learning by storm. You can now get results from a Prince Practitioner course immediately! ….no more waiting around for your result and getting tense. Later on in the day I was with members of the ACostE council, discussing how project control professionals can add to the UK’s knowledge base. What a great mix!

The App. I came to the event armed with an Expo App on my iphone which enabled me to view other delegates’ details and form connections on line. Also I could view the upcoming agenda. The delegate can select classes of interest and with one tap of the App; it sets up your own personal schedule. Wouldn’t it be good if this kind of forward thinking could be brought in to the work place? After all we are in 2015.

Key Note Speech. The event kicked off with a Key note speech from Steven Norris of Driver Group and an ex Minister of Transport. The speech was entitled “Is Infrastructure back?” Steven engaged with the mixed audience and gave us all room for thought, with an answer “Yes Infrastructure is back!” He was very upbeat about the investment going in to UK infrastructure over the next 5 years. Highways England was presented and CP5 and CP6 investment to 2029. The icing on the cake for the UK is the set up of the National Infrastructure Commission to look at what we need and when we need to do it. Steven laced his presentation with facts such as the UK having the fastest economic growth rate in the G7. It was fascinating to listen to his message that connectivity (via infrastructure) leads to productivity in society. In simple terms investment in the UK’s roads and transport links, to quote Steven “lets people without jobs get to jobs without people”. This came with a warning, nonetheless, that the UK does have a worrying skill gap in engineering and manufacturing that needs addressing. A clear message was for vocational training to be part of a national skills plan to ensure jobs are for life and transferable around the world. Project control plays a big part in the future through training and enables projects, such as the Olympics, to be delivered early and on budget.

Knowledge Share. For those readers that could not attend the venue at the venue at the Emirates Stadium (London) was set out in 4 zones, depending on the delegates interests: Master Class Zone ; Technology Zone ; Workshop Zone ; Back to Basics Zone

I attended 4 classes and networked with over 30 people, snapping up a handful of business cards. The areas for discussion from the day are vast and I recommend for people to look up the event on the web and twitter for lots of people’s thoughts.

There is one class that I must reference in more detail before I go as it resonated with me greatly. The class was in the Technology Zone and was entitled “Data Driven Decision Making” by Russell Berkeley of Darbus Ltd. I hope you enjoy my reflection below…your decision.

Data Driven Decision Making. Russell challenged the belief that exists in the world of project management that we create data to analyse, understand and then make a decision. He questioned the audience as to whether this actually happens? Does all the information we produce (you know plans, risk logs, financial information) actually aid our decision making? Or do we just get bombarded with data. Russell spoke of how the word “data” can even be interpreted differently, depending on whether you are making a tactical or strategic decision. For example an engineer will create data, such as spreadsheets, programmes and numbers to support opinion. This is tactical decision making with complex data. In a strategic setting, i.e. an MD who asks for “more data to make a decision”; the data means options. The real insightful part was when Russell related the 2 types of decision making back to the role of a Project Manager (PM). He stated that the PM’s role is to facilitate “effective” decisions by taking tactical data and presenting options to the board. Always give at least 3 options. The presentation continued by exploring how we make decisions and this is where the fun really began. Ground breaking research by Antonio Damasio, a professor of Neuroscience, has shown that emotions play a central role in decision making. Russell demonstrated how we need emotions to make a decision, using some funny slides. There was one slide showing the thought process of a lady choosing between a £30 next hand bag and a £19,900 Louis Vuitton bag. Emotion must be involved as it can’t just be based on data otherwise Louis Vuitton wouldn’t exist. I thoroughly enjoyed this class and more work is needed on decision making in project control. To conclude it is clear that the seasoned Project control professional could take a first step by identifying the top 10 SV and CV on a project and provide recovery options to the Board, with the PM of course. Then I guess an emotionally driven decision can be made."

Chirag Shah and Lauren Sheehan

TRS Staffing/Fluor Corporation

"Over 750 Project Controls professionals from a range of industries representing 30 nations attended the Project Controls Expo, 2015. The event now in its 5th year continues to grow. We extend our congratulations to Anil Godhawale and his team for organizing such a successful and interesting event.

This was our 5th year at the Project Controls Expo and I certainly feel it exceeded previous expectations. The Expo is a great platform for networking and facilitated our meeting with number of candidates and clients who I have been speaking to for many years but have never had the opportunity of meeting face to face. We learnt a great deal about what project control’s individuals are particularly passionate about in their relevant area.

The mobile app was an excellent tool for not only networking with attendees but giving full access to presentations from the day, surveys, polls, maps and much more. The event’s agenda was available prior to the event and on demand all day so the team could keep to a schedule and not miss out on speeches of interest. The social media interface in particular was great for sharing instant updates!

With a range of master class sessions, case studies, workshops, presentations and speeches, there was something for everyone. The opportunities to meet a range of professionals and extending knowledge of the industry proved to be endless, A great area for networking proved to be the extensive lunch buffet a munch and meet with several familiar faces!

Here at TRS, we are proud to be key sponsor to the Project Controls Expo and look forward to many more successful events in the years to come. With an expected turnout of 750-900 professionals, we are already looking forward to attending next year’s event in 2016."

Mike Younger

Director of Project Controls, Major Programmes Advisory Group, Turner & Townsend infrastructure

"I found Expo 2015 far more structured than other ones. The presenters were excellent and and their knowledge very detailed. I recommended this to everyone in Project Controls. I also got chance to meet up with old friends and find out what is new via presentations and at the workshops.

The software section was great and felt more of a tutorial than a hard sell. I wonder was this something that happened or did Expo staff impose this on them:-) Either way it was refreshing. The earlier finish led to more people being about for the social which was nice and offered very relaxed evening.

Next year, if given an opportunity I would love to talk about portfolio planning and the need for a robust coding structure."

Alec Ray

Chairman, IET/ACostE Project Controls Network

Dear Anil Godhawale,

You and your Team have again surpassed yourselves by having an even better Project Controls Expo than last years excellent event. My personal thanks to you for doing so much in promoting the understanding and application of Project Controls. You are a real credit to our Profession, and I am sure you will go on and accomplish much more in the future.

Kind regards,

London 2014 (18 Nov) @ Emirates Arsenal Stadium


Alan Barltrop

ACostE, President

"On behalf of the Association of Cost Engineers I would like to thank you for giving ACostE the opportunity to participate in the Expo. We found the Expo to be very successful in both introducing ACost to a wide range of project control professionals and also to make make contact with many of our members and associates old and new. I congratulate you on organising such an excellent event in a spectacular venue, and I look forward to hearing of your plans for 2015."

Alec Ray

ACostE, Vice President and International Director

"My sincere congratulations on the great success of the Project Controls Expo. The venue, organisation, presentations, refreshments and everything about the event was excellent. I really do appreciate the hard work and risks associated with an event like this, and I am delighted at its success, which you deserve. I look forward to your next event."

Steve Jones

APM PMC SiG Chairman,
Carolyn Limbert & Simon Taylor, APM SiG Members

"So Expo knocked it out of the park again this year by hosting a fantastic project controls event within the amazing Emirates stadium home to Arsenal football club. The feeling was more around community and less of a sales pitch from sponsors who all had something to add to the event from a system to management perspective.

The attendees clearly reflected the view that this was a must see event as it attracted many high level controls individuals including our own Stephen Jones who spoke on the topic of agile and earned value. With three streams of speakers running in parallel throughout the day, the audience was spoilt for choice at the vast selection of subjects covered. We couldn’t attend them all, but from what we did attend here are our highlights;

Key note speaker David Birch regaled us with his many years of experience and whilst it is always great to hear David’s thoughts on project controls it was his rallying call around professional recognition and career growth that really resonated. He called for a community of practice around controls rightly pointing out that more can be done around sharing knowledge outside of events like these and looked to the APM and chartership to spearhead this vision. This theme of collaboration, or lack of, was also echoed and articulated by George Haddad, VP of product strategy for Oracle, who showed how far the construction industry was behind in this regard.

With collaboration being the central topic of the day, Ben Vaughan discussed his experiences on collaborative working between suppliers and customers and offered some tactical advice on fostering a more collaborative approach to establish a robust project controls environment that can be trusted by both parties. Jim Malkin, a fellow PMC SIG member took us through six areas for improving visibility and presented a framework for determining and improving project maturity which further demonstrated the importance of visibility and collaboration.

On the more specific technical skills side, David Bordoli discussed how important progress, position and prediction was to project delivery success, and provided an alternative approach to predicting project completion for projects who do not utilise earned value management. Andy Abu-Bakar then dove into the world of schedule risk analysis (SRA) and took us on a journey through an SRA process, pointing out common pitfalls and offering some tactical solutions to ensuring robust SRAs are conducted on complex, long-term engineering projects. Glenn Hide then talked us through the benefits of the NEC3 framework and imparted some of his substantial knowledge, providing valuable insight for both supplier side and client side parties to enable them to manage their project effectively within the NEC3 construct, focusing mainly on the topic of programme acceptance.

Overall the speakers at this year’s expo were of an extremely high quality and it once again proved that events like these can be opportunities to enlighten each other and spark debate and not just focus as a place for vendors to solicit business. We are thoroughly looking forward to next year, long may it continue!"

Stuart Collin

Mace Group

"Always good to see what is being practically achieved rather than just the theory / sales pitch"

Helina Leck

National Grid

"It was well run and the speakers knew there content. The whole experience was positive."

Steve Jones

University of Warwick

"I thought the NEC speak was brilliant. He could have held a surgery at the event so people could ask questions in private. I enjoyed the networking But most of all the tour was brilliant."

Yvonne Amanchukwu


"The ambience was fantastic and it was interesting having conversations with fellow professionals and sharing ideas about different aspects of the industry. If the same level of professionalism is maintained, i will be happy to attend every year."

Mark Lee


"A dynamic and interesting event, presented by Project Control professionals for PC professionals, with a low fee structure to encourage attendance from delegates and sponsors. This seems to be a winning combination, given the increasing attendance, year-on-year. Looking forward to 2015."

Susan Howard

Thales Group

"Good range of people Seem a committed audience, everyone I spoke to was passionate about Planing and Controls"

Lauren Perks


"Level of attendee was significantly higher than at any other event we attend resulting in a much more engaging conversation."

Julia hodgkinson


"Good mix of attendees and expert presenters. Ideal opportunity to meet like minded people and get exposure to new ideas"

Ewa Parsonage

Freelance Consultant

"The venue was superb! All arrangements were excellent, it was very comfortable to attend a presentation which was not is a small closed room, it was very good that we could walk through different areas while the presentations were taking place and still did not disturb them. Catering was excellent! The exhibition area could have been expanded - I mean more desks with more companies but overall the venue and event were absolutely fantastic!"

Cat van Doorn

Highways Authroity, UK

"Learning from really good, engaging speakers on topics that they were heavily involved in."

David Bordoli

Driver Group

"Good range of exhibitors and speakers - in fact too much for a one day event!"

Mike Bale

Horizon Nuclear Power

"Depth of knowledge and experience across the speakers. Will be watching all of them when the videos are ready."

Kyp Kyprianou

BAM Nuttal

"Good all round feel about the day and all elements complimented each other; agenda, venue, networking, facilities, speakers, etc."

Paul Traynor


"I found the event inspirational and decided I want to be in a position within 5 years that I will be asked to speak at an expo in the future"

Jenaro Villa

Freelance Consultant

"Real cases, master classes based in experience not just in processes explanations."

Peter Moberg


"Quality speakers and their topics as Jim G Zack Jr on Pacing Delay and Ben Hubbard on Practical Applications of a Risk Management Framework."

Will Bentley


"The organisation was slick the day didn't feel too rushed - a good balance of presentations not overly software focussed"

Donna Hannah

Self Employed

"I am looking to get into the project world from a training and development role and I felt the need for people focus / relationship building / skills development was very promising for me for a future career, I enjoyed speaking to recruiters and the sharing of best practice throughout - Thankyou!!!"

London 2013 (13 Nov) @ Twickenham Stadium


Mark Singleton

Head of Planning | Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK

“Yet another very successful project controls expo, very informative as usual. It’s one of the top 2 must attend events of the year”


Mark Lench

"I liked the variety of delegates which has come from a wide range of Oil & Gas, Rail, Nuclear, Defence and Government."

Richard Miller

PM One Limited

"Liked the high quality of the event and more specifically the content"

Tom Kherkhan

PCF Limited

"Very high quality audience"

Grieg Duncan

Collabro Group

"The quality and quantity of the delegates. Event dinner was also a fitting end of the day"

Kevin Balaam


"The Masterclass sessions were extremely informative"

Claire Bremner


"Very professional and friendly atmosphere"

David Birch

Head of Project Controls, National Grid

"Excellent event; particularly liked the breadth of subject matter covered, number of exhibitors and number of people attending"

Michael Denney

L-3 Communications

"Venue very good, sessions 'The Agile PMO', 'Challenges In Project Controls' and 'Forensic Schedule Analysis' very informative".

James Parsons

EC Harris

"I found the content of most talks informative and interesting, the informal nature of the exhibitor space was also well received."

Chris Woodbridge


"The Agenda was particularly strong this year which I think was the reason for the great attendance"

Mark Sweeney

CH2M Hill

"Varied and quite intensive sessions. Very well run (like clockwork) as you would expect at a PC event!"

Jane He


"Various topics available to different event attendees' needs"

Shantanu Mukherjee

National Grid

"All sessions I attended were extremely well presented and were very engaging."

Kimberley Small


"We were able to create a lot of interest around our products and the delegates that attended were the right mix for us."

London 2012 (31 Oct) @ Twickenham Stadium


Ewen Maclean

Managing Director, FTI Consulting

The Project Controls Expo 2012 was an excellent event staged at the prestigious venue of Twickenham Rugby Stadium. It witnessed an extensive and eminent group of speakers from within the Project Controls industry and beyond who spoke on a wide and varied selection of current subjects. It was tailored for the day with 3 simultaneous sessions being held at once covering intermediate and advanced levels as well as practical case studies so there was a considerable choice for all attendees. Exhibitors and major software providers also showcased their products and delegates were able to assess the performance of numerous products within one location.

Roland Horat

CEO SuperTech Project Management, Australia

We are pleased with the results from Project Controls Expo. The organizational structure was exemplary and we shall attend again next year.

Don Hazeldine

Project Management Development Consultant

I've recently presented at the Project Controls Expo at Twickenham. The event was supremely organised and was truly a very professional event. It called for three venues hosting 7 speakers concurrently, as well as central areas where sponsors, delegates and speakers could meet. To pull the event off with great success showed an excellent level of coordination and the management of detail by organisiug team.