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DVM group welcomes new head of project management

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Márkus Schüller has been appointed Head of Project Management at integrated building services firm DVM group, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal today.

Schüller has been responsible for leading the project management team of the Hungarian integrated building services provider since this fall, the press statement said, adding that the professional joined DVM group last year. 

Schüller received his MSc degree in Architecture from Budapest University of Technology. He gained experience in the field of general construction and property management in Hungary and abroad. Prior to joining DVM group, he worked for companies such as Strabag Zrt., Market Építő Zrt. and Voith Industrial Services Kft.

“Project managers are key for delivering well-coordinated, cost-effective projects. At DVM group they receive internal technical support from in-house architects and engineers. This unique, organic approach results in innovative, value-engineered, sustainable solutions, and guarantees reduced investment costs, improved constructability and flawless end products,” said Tibor Massányi, managing partner of DVM group. “We are proud to have an internationally trained professional as the leader of our project management team. Márkus’s expertise and work has been acknowledged by our clients. The cornerstone of DVM group’s success is that we provide outstanding services with top experts.”

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