Claire Bonham-Carter

Director of Sustainable Development, DMHM H&N and EDAW

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Director of Sustainable Development at two companies with offices and projects worldwide: DMJM H&N, an architecture and engineering company, and EDAW, which specializes in urban design and master planning

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