Optim Project Management – Winner at HOF Awards 2017

Optim Project Management – Winner at HOF Awards 2017

Published at: 2017-04-19 10:51 | Author: Optim Project Management
Optim Project Management collected a respected award at “HOF Awards | Hall of Fame – Best of the Best”, organized by CIJ Europe at the Prague Marriott Hotel, in order to honour elite real estate developments, companies and service providers in the final of winners from six countries across CEE and SEE.

The HOF (Hall of Fame) AWARDS 2017 is the final for all country winners from 2016, competing against one another for the top prize, the Best of the Best HOF Awards. Optim PM was the winner of the “Project Management Company” category.

The award recognizes Optim Project Management as the leading Project Management company operating in the SEE region with capabilities to deliver the most complex projects in a wide range of sectors.

“I would like to thank to all those who voted for us, to the jury, to our clients and to all our colleagues who worked hard for winning this recognition”, said Mihaela Allardin, Business Development Manager at Optim PM.

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