Flóra Baranyi Joins ConvergenCE Construction & Project Management Team
Flóra Baranyi has joined ConvergenCE's construction and project management team, bringing aboard almost two decades of professional experience, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.
Actively involved in the construction of the award-winning Hotel Dorothea and Omorovicza Boutique & Spa, she previously worked with Biggeorge’s Holding, Mobilia-Artica, Futureal, and 3E International. As a passionate literature and heritage-building enthusiast, she is also studying Danish to draw inspiration directly from the original language in the field of Scandinavian architecture, particularly the Danish style.
"I've always aimed to have a unified understanding of the profession," began Flóra Baranyi in her introduction. "To achieve this comprehensive view and acquire the necessary knowledge, I navigated through the hierarchies of planning, investment, execution, and management. I also obtained the qualification of an investment expert. It's a tremendous challenge and pleasure to now put this accumulated knowledge and experience into the service of ConvergenCE's successful projects."
"As a leader, one of the most challenging yet crucial tasks is to find the best and most competent professional for each position," remarked Gábor Kovács, the head of ConvergenCE's project and construction management team since 2010. "Flóra's arrival presents a tremendous opportunity: her thoroughness, precision, preparedness, and diverse professional experience in various fields will be a significant asset to our team. Her efficiency and quality of work are not new to me, as we have collaborated on previous projects."
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