With more than 15 years’ experience in the construction industry under her belt, Vincent-Gill has climbed the ladder to become the highest-performing female national project monitoring associate director in a business with an annual turnover over £6m. She is currently managing a portfolio of more than 120 live construction sites worth over £1bn and has just spearheaded the company’s East Anglia office launch. Notably, she was the project co-ordinator for the Tate Modern Project (£260m) and led the housing remediation programme for Housing New Zealand. Vincent-Gill is an ambassador for women in construction associates in the UK and New Zealand.
How many positions have you had?
I started as a trainee surveyor back in 2006 while completing my honours degree in Building Surveying and achieved RICS chartership in 2015. Following my MRICS accreditation, I have worked as a chartered building surveyor and project manager in
consultancies in both the UK and New Zealand, most recently specialising in Fund Monitoring & Due Diligence at Naismiths, where I am currently an Associate Director across our London and East Anglia offices. I have also taken on voluntary roles in my spare time working with non-profit organisations in the UK and New Zealand supporting and promoting Women in Construction, and also worked directly with grassroots initiatives and local communities in Asia on a number of construction projects improving local infrastructure.