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Sigrid Moreau-Moonen

For two years, Project Assistant Sigrid Moreau-Moonen was the first colleague in our France office. Now, Bulsink France consists of six employees – and we’re not nearly done growing. 

Can you tell us something about yourself?

“My name is Sigrid. I came to Paris over 25 years ago; at the time, I worked in the hotel industry. After meeting my husband here, I stayed. We have three children and a dachshund. I love golf, good food, and spending time with family and friends.”

What does your job entail and what do you like most about your work?

“As a Project Assistant, I keep the Paris office running smoothly. I prepare projects in collaboration with our Project Managers, the architect, and the subcontractors. I also look for new partners. Additionally, I have close contact with our clients, which I find very enjoyable and truly a plus. I monitor the schedule, arrange the facilities at the construction site, and if there are any issues with ongoing or completed projects, I ensure they are solved.”

“The French market has a lot of potential, and projects run more smoothly when you can manage them from France.”

- Sigrid Moreau-Moonen, Project Assistant

How did you end up at Bulsink France?

“Bulsink already had projects in France, but they were still managed from the Netherlands. They wanted to open an office in Paris and were looking for someone for that role. That’s why I was hired two years ago: to find a location, recruit colleagues, and expand the France network.”

“The first few months I worked alone, then a Project Manager joined, and now we are with a team of six. At the end of last year, we moved to a new office. The French market has a lot of potential, and projects run more smoothly when you can manage them from France.”

“At Bulsink, no challenge is too big. Whether we get three weeks or ten weeks for a project: we’re going for it.”

CORE VALUES

Which of Bulsink's B.U.I.L.D. core values best describes you and why?

“Determined. At Bulsink, no challenge is too big. Whether we get three weeks or ten weeks for a project: we’re going for it."