Glenn van Steeg

Glenn van Steeg has an interest in area-development and project management developed during his bachelor's degree in Construction Engineering at Utrecht University. Logically, then, to do the Master Construction Management and Engineering (CME) at Eindhoven University of Technology. A lot of attention is paid to current issues such as 'urbanization', projectual and processual work and integrated contractual forms.

At Aiber Glenn has written his thesis in favor of contractor consortium A-Lanes A15, responsible for the widening of the A15 highway. For this, Glenn investigated the influence of functional specification on stakeholders of a DBFM project. Are they satisfied with the current government and market practices? When and in what way are they involved and can they still influence and make demands and wishes? With interviews and a survey, stakeholders (public or private) have been approached at any time with a DBFM or D & C project. The results of this research can be found here.

Glenn is very interested in the diversity and complexity of projects that Aiber performs. Since October 2015 he has worked at Aiber, where he started to support the Facility Management team for a Corbion project. During that time, he accompanied an internal move and adapted the service plan to the current situation.

Since March 2016, Glenn is active as Maintenance Engineer at A-Lanes A15. Within the Asset Management department, he is working on drawing up the maintenance plan for the road section. In addition, Glenn is responsible for carrying out inspections on roads and works of art.

In his spare time Glenn likes to play on his guitar. Or does he make gauges on his race bike. Thus he recently conquered Mont Ventoux with a group of friends. Glenn is also regularly found on the football field, where he-net as with Aiber - is an indispensable team player.

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