We’ve worked hard to recruit some of the most experienced global talent from the world of design, build, construction and project management.
And, each month, we put one of our colleagues in the spotlight so you can learn a little more about their role…
Next up, it’s Aurore Lossier…
In my role as construction manager, I oversee and coordinate everything happening on an Agilité site. While ensuring seamless collaboration across teams, I also arrange and lead meetings directly with the client to discuss ongoing works. This position requires meticulous planning to ensure the project constantly aligns with the original brief.
Patient, creative, or eager-to-succeed.
The nurturing and creative atmosphere, which allows colleagues to advance and thrive in their roles. Each team member is a multi-tasker, which means we can offer clients a full-service approach and maintain a comprehensive view of the project at hand.
In the heart of Paris, within the renowned "Marais" district, I worked on a retail project for a company specializing in skincare, haircare, and body care. This company operated within the 3rd district.
Simultaneously overseeing multiple complex fitout projects.
The luxury fragrance brand, Diptyque's aesthetic has always inspired and interested me. The opportunity to work on a retail construction project for them would be a huge achievement.
Collaborate with Agilité, as we have the expertise and passion to create innovative solutions and new materials that may not have been considered before.
Travelling or visiting an art exhibition.
I would love to see the company expand its geographical footprint even more extensively, meeting new clients, and completing more successful projects for world-leading brands across the globe.
Sadly, construction waste has a huge impact on the environment. I would like to see more initiatives to reuse waste materials to create something new again. This is something I’m seeing more of in the art world. In my own spare time, I gave some old electrical cable reels a new lease of life. Perhaps we can see more of this upcycling happen on a much larger scale in the future…
(These are my creations 😉 : old electrical cable reel) .
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