Brian Andrew has worked with T.G. Baker Inc. for more than 20 years. Beginning his career as an apprentice sound technician, Brian has fulfilled many roles within the UK head office spending valuable time in engineering, procurement, and project management. Starting in 2006, Brian focused on transportation, deployment, and assembly for some of the largest station projects in the UK as well as North America and Asia. Several of these undertakings can be found on our projects page.
Since 2008, Brian has expanded his expertise into Canada, collaborating on several prestigious projects with locations in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, and Ottawa. When asked what he was looking forward to the most when leading future North American operations Brian commented,
“I am ecstatic to be here at a time when transit is such a hot topic and investment in infrastructure is at its maximum. Being a commuter myself, I know what I expect regarding information, how it is conveyed and also what the latest and future technologies are available to deploy it. I cannot wait to share the skills and knowledge gained globally over the last ten years with both our existing and future customers."
Needless to say, Brian's in-depth knowledge of sound installation and international experience in project execution makes for a safe pair of hands to our customer base here in North America and beyond.
Executive Vice President
Sean Coster recently joined T.G. Baker Americas, bringing with him more than 20 years of project and program management expertise. With an emphasis on transportation and infrastructure solutions, Sean has overseen numerous successful projects in his native U.K., as well as the United States, Canada, West Africa and in the Middle East. One such project included the provision of a security and surveillance solution located in Qatar, which was valued at $110 million USD. Sean not only led the Qatar-based enterprise from site mobilization to completion over a three-year period but also was responsible for managing a large multicultural project team for a combined total of more than 461,000 man-hours and over 1 million kilometers driven without a lost time accident.
When asked how his experience would contribute to the future success of T.G. Baker Americas, Sean commented,
“My experience in directing and successfully delivering projects in diverse and challenging environments worldwide has taught me that clear and concise communication between the project team and the client is critical. This is especially true when considering project deliverables. As a manager, you also cannot lose focus on ensuring a safe working environment for any project no matter how large or small the team or client.”
Sean is looking forward to assisting T.G. Baker Americas with its continued expansion in North and South America.