Who's who

Immediate Past Chairman

  • Kevin Hamilton

    Kevin Hamilton

    Team Leader, Road Safety and Traffic Management, West Lothian Council

    Kevin is a Chartered Engineer currently working with West Lothian Council leading its Road Safety and Traffic Management team. This is a wide ranging role covering road safety engineering and audit

    Kevin is a Chartered Engineer currently working with West Lothian Council leading its Road Safety and Traffic Management team.   This is a wide ranging role covering road safety engineering and auditing, education, traffic management and parking.
     
    He has over 20 years experience in traffic and transportation engineering having worked for various local authorities in both Scotland and England.  Kevin also had a spell in research working for TRL Limited on a range of road safety projects for local and central government.
     
    Kevin has a degree in civil engineering, a postgraduate diploma in transportation engineering and gained Chartered Engineer status through the CIHT. Kevin also holds a Highways Agency approved Certificate Of Competence in Road Safety Audit and is a member of the Society of Road Safety Auditors (SoRSA).  He has been a member of the CIHT since 1997 and was elected to the branch committee in 2010.
     
    Outside of work, Kevin is an avid motorsports fan.
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Past Chairman

  • Ryan Hutchison

    Technical Director, AECOM

    Ryan Hutchison is a Technical Director with AECOM (formerly URS) where he is responsible for the management and leadership of the Roads Scotland operating unit based in Glasgow and Inverness.

    Ryan Hutchison is a Technical Director with URS where he is responsible for the management and leadership of the Roads Scotland operating unit based in Glasgow and Inverness. He has over 30 years experience specialising in the planning, design, supervision and project management of major infrastructure projects.  He has worked in the transportation sector since graduating in 1982 and has extensive experience in all stages of road scheme development and implementation. 
     
    Ryan has been a member of the CIHT since 1997 and has been actively involved with the Central & Southern Scotland Branch Committee since 2007. In 2013 he served as Vice Chair of the Central and Southern Scotland Branch and became a Fellow of the CIHT.
     
     
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Recruitment Officer

  • Stephen Davies

    Stephen Davies

    Road Safety Manager, Transport Scotland

    Stephen is a Chartered Engineer and is the Road Safety Manager at Transport Scotland. Through this role he is responsible for overseeing the delivery of road safety improvement programmes.

    Stephen is a Chartered Engineer and is the Road Safety Manager at Transport Scotland. Through this role he is responsible for overseeing the delivery of road safety improvement programmes in the North East and North West Regional Units .

    Before moving to Transport Scotland in 2013, Stephen was a Senior Transport Consultant at Jacobs where he undertook traffic and economic assessments for a range of transport schemes across the UK.

    Stephen joined the C&SS Branch Committee in 2010, and is the Branch Recruitment Officer.

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Committee Member

  • Claire Carr

    Director, Colin Buchanan

    Claire is a former Chairman of the Central and Southern Scotland Branch of the CIHT. She is the Board Director responsible for Colin Buchanan's operations in Scotland, Manchester and the West Midlands

    Claire is a former Chairman of the Central and Southern Scotland Branch of the CIHT. She is the Board Director responsible for Colin Buchanan's operations in Scotland, Manchester and the West Midlands. 
     
    Claire has over 25 years experience in transport planning and traffic engineering and started her career with TPA in London. She moved to Edinburgh in 1991 with TPA prior to their takeover by Oscar Faber (now AECOM). 
     
    Claire joined the Edinburgh office of Colin Buchanan in 2000 following a short spell of running her own business and took responsibility for Scotland in 2003. Claire specialises in development planning, policy research and sustainable travel. Current projects include the St James Quarter in Edinburgh, the Edinburgh BioQuarter, Glasgow Fort and Fort Kinnaird, a Travel Planning Framework for SEStran and the new acute Hospital at Larbert. 
     
    Claire takes a particular interest in the design of new developments and the role that transport has in creating high quality and sustainable places. She represented the profession on the steering group for the Scottish Government publication 'Designing Places'.
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  • Myles McGregor

    Senior Transport Planner, Curtins

  • Susan Darroch

    Transport Planning Officer, Stirling Council