Cushman & Wakefield expands its team

Maciej Bukowski

Maciej Bukowski, an experienced project manager, joins the Polish Project Management and Consultancy team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. Maciej is a senior retail and office project manager and has joined from Nike European Operations, based in the Netherlands, where for the last seven years he provided project management services across Europe, including Russia, Israel and Poland. He was also responsible for Nike’s office project management in Zurich, Berlin, and in Milan, the sports brand’s head office location.

Maciej has more than ten years’ experience in real estate market services, including designing, general contractor and supervision services. He has been responsible for network project management for over ten years. His previous key clients and employers comprise Konsalnet S.A., Bank Zachodni WBK, Ultimate Fashion (a group of global fashion brands such as Aldo, Hugo Boss, New Look, River Island, Spring, Mexx and Wallis) and Nike. Maciej has a wide range of experience in international projects, including project management in various locations such as Marseilles, Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg and Tel Aviv. His area of expertise is technical consultancy and comprehensive construction project management, including project planning, designing, tendering and execution.

Press release by Cushman & Wakefield. 

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