|Dwayne Gardiner has worked in the construction industry since 1988, having started his career as a trainee Site Engineer with Mosko’s United Construction Ltd. in Nassau Bahamas.|
Having completed an Associate Degree in Construction Engineering from the College of the Bahamas in 1989, he joined Johnston International Ltd. in the Turks & Caicos in 1990 until 2008. His tenure with Johnston took him to the United Kingdom where he read for a Bachelors Degree in Construction Management at Leeds Metropolitan University, graduating in 1995.
Whilst studying in the UK he was privileged to gain valuable experience on several Civil Engineering contracts across the UK as Site Engineer during breaks from academic studies.
Dwayne returned to the Turks & Caicos Islands in 1995 where he worked on several prestigious projects such as the Mansions on Grace Bay and Ports of Call Shopping Development.
His career also took him to the Eastern Caribbean island of St. Kitts 1997 for two and a half years where as Senior Project Engineer he worked on the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Phase 2 and subsequently as Project Manager for the extension of the Government owned Needsmust Power Station.
He has elected to stay in within the Turks & Caicos Islands since returning home in 2000, where he was engaged as Project Manager on projects such as Downtown Ballpark Phase 1 and Gustarvous Lightbourne Auditorium (2003 – 2006) subsequently on a mixture of luxury home construction, resort developments such as Dellis Cay and more recently a short tenure with the Hartling Group up to September 2015.
He is currently employed with Caicos Resorts Ltd and is also a member of the Drug prevention Foundation.