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Dave Alburey, Contracts Manager

David has worked for 50 years in communications, covering all types of industrial communications from Radio, broadband/narrow band, shipping, airband, Radar, data networks, computer systems, fibre optic networks, safety-critical systems and anything else associated with these.

David worked for 9 years with the military and 16 years in the offshore oil industry for Shell, becoming office-based in contracts and project management, costing and system design for UK and Netherlands offshore installations as well as UK, European and Middle Eastern refineries.

His roles evolved into the Interface Manager between Shell, the suppliers, design and installation companies and the main construction companies for several large communications projects.

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