Dimitris AntoniadisHead of Programme Management Office at UK Power Networks
Dimitris has more than 25 years in Programme and Project Management positions, from both sides client and contractor, having covered all project phases from concept to handover.
He has worked for major construction, infrastructrure and utilities organisations in senior management roles for the delivery of projects such as, Egnatia Odos (£3.2Bn), Heathrow East Terminal (£1.4Bn), Thames Water Engineering Capital programme (£1Bn), Nottingham BSF programme of works (£200M).
Currently he is the Head of Programme Management Office of UK Power Networks where he has set up the department and all the relevant processes and systems for the management of an annual capital expenditure of c£200M delivered through an Alliance.
He is a member of the International Centre for Complex Project Management, and reviewer on various industry Journals.
He was awarded the PhD, from Loughborough University, for his research on the subject of ‘Managing Complexity in Project Teams’ and has written a number of journal and conference papers and contributed chapters in books on complexity, leadership and other project management topics.