Ahead of TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit 2022, we caught up with Guy Wickett, director at EnTodo Project Management and a consulting development manager for Crystal Palace and Plymouth Argyle.
Wickett set up EnTodo in 2016 after recognising an opportunity in the marketplace for providing clients with a focused project management service. The company has grown to tailor its services and manage precise construction developments through setting briefs, concept design development, planning applications, team and contractor procurement, and on-site construction management.
Wickett has over 35 years of experience in the construction industry and started as a site engineer for Wimpey Construction. He later moved into construction management and spent 10 years working for Tesco Stores Ltd, managing new stores and mezzanine development…
TheStadiumBusiness: What’s exciting you in the field of stadium design at present?
Guy Wickett: “Sustainability – it’s enormously encouraging to see what Forest Green Rovers and their chief executive Dale Vince are doing with their new stadium and to hear his thoughts. We are all best placed to take responsibility for safeguarding the future of our planet by leading the design process.”
TSB: What’s in the pipeline for you over the next six to 12 months in terms of your projects?
GW: “I have exciting projects leading Crystal Palace Football Club’s new Main Stand planning update (pictured), which was approved last month, and have been privileged to lead the acquisition and development of a number of exciting new projects for Plymouth Argyle Football Club.”
TSB: What are you most looking forward to about the Summit?
GW: “It is good to meet old friends and likeminded people within the industry, to experience that energy and commitment with professionals and experts in our field of sports design and construction.”
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