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A Chartered Civil Engineer & Operations Director with experience leading large highway contracts.
Involved with CIHT throughout his career he is keen to support members professional development.
Andrew is an ambitious Chartered Civil Engineer and Operations Director with experience leading a variety of design, construction and maintenance contracts primarily within the highway sector.
Andrew’s career began delivering major infrastructure projects for Hochtief UK, after which he moved to Carillion as Operations Manager on Highways England’s Area 8, MAC. He progressed to Senior Contract Manager and Contract Director managing term contracts for LHAs in Warwickshire, Suffolk and Surrey. Andrew then moved to the integrated highway services market with Atkins and Skanska as Business Director, leading Cambridgeshire Highways.
Andrews current role is Operations Director for Ringway Jacobs leading the highway business for a number of LHA clients in the UK.
Andrew has been involved with the CIHT throughout his career and has recently been appointed as the Regional Chair for the East of England.
Andrew is married with three teenage daughters, living in Cambridgeshire
Asset Manager (Footways, Drainage and Street Furniture)
Amanda is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 30 years of experience in minerals extraction, construction and highways.
Amanda is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 30 years of experience in minerals extraction, construction and highways. She has been an active member of the institution for many years, and took on the role of Branch, now Regional, Secretary in 2010.
During the 1990s she was site engineer on many large building projects in the region including The Forum, Norwich Castle and many large commercial building and infrastructure developments. In 2001 she joined Cambridgeshire County Council Highways and for 15 years specialised in road accident investigation, road safety audit and delivery of accident remedial projects. In 2016 Amanda joined Suffolk Highways and is currently asset Manager for Highways drainage, footways and street furniture.
Professional Services Manager, Skanska
Dave is an experienced Transport Planner with 30 years’ experience.
Dave has over 30 years’ experience as a transport planner. His career started with West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council and then Cambridgeshire, before moving across into the private sector; first with Atkins and now with Skanska. He is based in Peterborough, where he is Skanska’s technical lead for transport planning across their business.
Service Director, Lafarge Tarmac
Alistair has been employed in a wide variety of roles including Service Director, General Manager, Regional Manager, Project Manager in his 20+ year career.
Alisatir has worked in the highways related industry private sector for the last 20 years mainly in the South and East of England.
During that time he has worked in a number of roles from general site supervision and management on highways related projects through to managing key supplier arrangements in Local Authority and TFL service contracts. More recently his role has moved into more General Management of regional businesses.
Transportation Strategy & Engagement Manager Essex County Council
David's career has spanned over 25 years and has experience of many local authorities. He has worked on transportation strategies and local plans.
I have worked in most areas of the Highways and Transportation field for over 25 years. My career has spanned a number of local authorities including Dyfed CC, Oxfordshire CC and Norfolk CC and I have also been seconded to MottMacDonald consultants. I have worked on a number of cutting edge and European projects including Quiet lanes, Mixed priority streets and Civitas. I currently work for Essex County Council with a wide remit looking at everything from Major highway schemes from identification to securing funding to delivery, dealing with Transportation Strategies, and Local Plans across the West of Essex. I have been involved with CIHT since 1999 when I joined the East Anglian Branch where I have carried out every role (except Treasurer) having also been Chair for 2 years. I have served on Council and many Boards and Panels of the Institution over trhe years and I am currently on the Urban Design Panel and the Self Assessment Panel looking at professional review process. I was recently active in chairing the working group leading to the setting up of the East of England Region, where I was very pleased to be elected as Vice Chair. I hope to continue to be able to serve the Institution and to be proactive in ensuring the success of the new Region.
Business Development Manager, Skanska
Daniel is passionate about the construction industry. He is driven to support the industry become a more inclusive place and has a passion to improve safety for all; both workers and users.
Daniel is Business Development Manager at Skanska where he has responsibility for Highways and Water sectors. With 15 years industry experience and a degree in Construction Management he has delivered numerous roles including business development, estimating, commercial and site management.
He is the Chair of the Transport Group of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association. In August 2017 he was made a Fellow of the CIHT.
Daniel joined the East Midland Branch committee in 2010 and became a nominated member of Council in 2011 where he served for three years. He served as East of England communication officer for a number of years. He still sits on CIHT’s Procurement and Delivery Panel.
Highways Area Manager, Norfolk County Council
Grahame works at Norfolk County Council as a Highways Area Manager
Grahame started his career in the private sector working for various consulting civil engineering firms in both London & Norwich. During this time he gained experience in major road construction, highway maintenance, bridge engineering and project management of flood defence schemes. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer and currently works for Norfolk County Council as a Highways Area Manager. In addition to this role, he is responsible for the Councils Highways Apprentice & Trainee Technician programme.
Grahame has been a committee member since 2015.
Managing Director, Asphalt Reinforcement Services
Director, John Henry Group
John has over 20 years experience in Civil Engineering and Highway Maintenance contracting. He currently oversees the Civil’s and Traffic Management (Avanti) divisions at John Henry Group.
John has over 20 years experience in Civil Engineering and Highway Maintenance contracting. He started his career with Redland Aggregates on the Eye bypass then joining Dean and Dyball Construction in the South of England.
In 1983 John joined the Group, a privately owned business with a turnover in excess of £45m. Business development within the Group is one of John’s responsibilities whilst overseeing the Civil’s and Traffic Management (Avanti) divisions.
Assistant Director Operational Highways, Suffolk County Council
Mark is Suffolk County Council’s Assistant Director Operational Highways. He has 35 years experience in both highways and transportation services.
His 35-year local government career spans both highways and transportation services, securing funding for and overseeing a wide range of highway, civil and municipal engineering schemes, as well as a focus on regeneration and economic growth. His previous local authorities have included Leicestershire County, Peterborough City and Luton Borough Councils, preceded by over 10 years at the London Borough of Southwark
Mark was instrumental in creating and developing the Midlands Highways Alliance, a multi-award winning, ground-breaking collaboration between 20 local authorities. Mark is the Secretary to the ADEPT Engineering Board and is also a co-opted member of the Highway Term Maintenance Association’s ‘Service Delivery Group.’ He was a member of the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme’s Design Assurance Group and is currently working with Cranfield University exploring future highway service delivery models.
Mike is an independent consultant providing strategic management and technical advice to governments, councils and the private sector.
Mike is an independent consultant providing strategic management and technical advice to governments, councils and the private sector. He has strong experience in strategic and operational public sector management, extensive background in highway management and
involvement in a number of key national projects.
Mike has chaired the UK Roads Board, the cross industry Highways Efficiency Liaison Group, and the Roads Board Advisory Group.
Mike is a Fellow of the Institution and an elected member of Council. He also a member of the Learned Society and Technical Strategy Board, the Audit Committee and the Procurement and Delivery Panel, and has been chair of the East Midland Branch.
Assistant Director - Highways
Nick has been in the industry for over 37 years, he is a long standing CIHT committee member and a member of the ADEPT Engineering Board.
Nick has been involved in the construction industry for 37 years, starting as a graduate engineer working on a number of motorway projects including M25, A1(M), M42 and M5, before moving into highways in local government.
He has worked for Norfolk County Council since 1993 and his current role is Assistant Director- Highways, having responsibility for the area based teams as well as county wide activities that include design, developer services, flood and water management, street lighting, intelligent transport systems and winter gritting.
Nick is a member of ADEPT Engineering Board.
A committee member since 2010, he became East Anglia Branch Chair in 2012 and has been on East of England committee since the new region was formed.
Technical Manager and CDM Co-ordinator
Tim began his career in local government with Cambridgeshire before moving to Atkins in 1995. He has been involved in projects of all scales, currently providing technical guidance &CDM Co-ordination
Tim began his career in local government with Cambridgeshire County Council before moving to Atkins in 1995. A senior highway designer, he has been involved in projects of all scales within the region and nationally, from minor improvements and accident remedial schemes to motorway upgrades and maintenance commissions, specialising also in safety engineering and more recently providing technical guidance and as a CDM Co-ordinator.
He was a member of the East Midland Branch committee for 20 years, many of which serving as firstly programme secretary and then organiser of the annual dinner dance event before becoming Chairman in 2008.
Outside work he is a keen musician and enjoys walking.