Projects Section

Property investment is an important component of the Seychelles Pension Fund investment strategy to generate sufficient funds to cater for the array of pension benefits being paid out. A technically demanding field which requires a strong team of trained individuals to manage the running of the various project was set up. The project Section was set up in 2008 to complement the Investment and the Property Management Section. The overall role of the project Section is to coordinate and collaborate with architects, engineer and specialists to manage cost estimates, construction budgets, construction timetable and strategy.

 

Mr Tommy Marie

Mr Tommy Marie

Chief projects
About Tommy
Mr Marie has been holding this position since 2007 and has been involved in the planning, construction and renting out of many major projects such as the Unity House, Pension Complex Phases 1 & 2 at Grand’Anse Praslin, SPF Warehouse Providence, La Passe Pension House, Praslin Holiday Home, 28 Luxury Apartment at North East Point, Ile du Port Micro Enterprise Project, Anse Boileau Micro Enterprise Project, Multi Storey Car Park and Office at 5th June Avenue and Planning of the new 5 storey Pirates Arms Complex Building which is expected to start in 2016.

He holds a Master’s degree in Project Management from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, United Kingdom. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Building.

Christopher Nicette

Christopher Nicette

Project Manager
About Christopher
Mr Nicette joined SPF in November 2017. He Attended the University of Serbia specializing in Architectural Engineering. Mr Nicette has over 10 years’ experience in the construction industry and he is a current committee member of the procurement oversight unit for civil work with the Ministry of Finance, Trade and Economic Planning
Vincent Adam

Vincent Adam

Project Manager
About Vincent
Mr. Adam joined the SPF in 2009 and has been in his current position since 2017. He holds a Master’s degree in Construction Project Management from the

University of The West of England (Bristol) in United Kingdom.