Principal Engineer – Contractual Project Manager
Dave has 25 years experience in highways and transportation
Dave has 25 years experience in highways and transportation, ranging from accident investigation work, junction modelling and COBA assessment through highway design, public consultation, contract documentation, site supervision to scheme commissioning.
Dave's involvement in Institution affairs extends beyond the North Wales Branch to being a reviewer for Chartered Engineer candidates, while he also mentors staff and acts as supervising engineer under Gwynedd's ICE approved training scheme.
Civil and Structural Engineering Consultant
Saul is a civil and structural engineer with a broad-spectrum engineering background.
Project Engineer with the Welsh Government
Ceri recently joined the Welsh Government as a Project Engineer managing transport infrastructure projects in North and Mid Wales.
After graduating from University College London with a degree in civil engineering, Ceri joined Rendel Palmer and Tritton in their Southwark offices as a graduate trainee. He was based in the transportation and highways section working on feasibility and design of roads in Wales and abroad. His site experience was gained at Gatwick Airport where he worked on construction of taxiways and the International Arrivals Section.
On leaving London Ceri spent 4 years in the Feasibility and Trunk Road sections of Gwynedd County Council, 10 years with Technical Services at Aberconwy Borough Council and 6 years in the County Roads section of Clwyd County Council.
With local government reorganisation in 1996, Ceri moved to Conwy County Borough Council Highways Department as Group Manager (Design & Construction). After secondments to the Environmental and Technical Services and back to Infrastructure, he then managed the Trunk Road structures Inspection Team for North East Wales and was involved in project supervision and management of trunk and County road structures contracts. He recently joined the Welsh Government as a Project Engineer managing transport infrastructure projects in North and Mid Wales.
He is a reviewer for CIHT.
Divisional Director for Mott MacDonald
Richard joined Mott MacDonald in 1991 initially engaged on the A55 Aber Improvement project and the A5 projects across Anglesey.
Richard joined Mott MacDonald in 1991 initially engaged on the A55 Aber Improvement project and the A5 projects across Anglesey. Richard relocated to the Sheffield office some 15 years ago and worked on a number of highway schemes including Doncaster North Bridge Project and Stoke Hammond Bypass. Richard also supervised the construction of five railway stations on the Robin Hood line and the reconstruction of Chesterfield Station. Richard relocated to North Wales in 2006 and is responsible for business development in North Wales and leads the Highway and Civil Engineering team in Colwyn Bay. Richard is married and has two children and lives in Old Colwyn. He is also a reviewer for the IHT.