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Hayley is a Senior Planner at Mott MacDonald, with over 10 years' experience within the Highways and Transportation sector.
Hayley is a Senior Transport Planner at Mott MacDonald, with 10 years' experience within the Highways and Transportation sector. Hayley has previously worked for JMP/ SYSTRA and also Liverpool City Council working in Traffic Management and Knowsley MBC working in the Traffic Signals Department. Hayley has a BSc (Hons) degree in Geography and an MSc in Transport Planning and Engineering and has been a member of the CIHT since 2008. Hayley was Chair of the Young Professionals Committee 2011-2015 and won Young Profressional of the Year, 2011.
Amy is a Principal Transport Planner at Arcadis in Warrington, before which she spent eight years working on a variety of transport planning projects in Mott MacDonald’s London, and Singapore offices
Amy is a Principal Transport Planner at Arcadis in Warrington, before which she spent eight years working on a variety of transport planning projects in Mott MacDonald’s London, Liverpool and Singapore offices. Amy specialises in transport strategy and policy development, business case development and Travel Demand Management. She has a significant amount of international experience in behaviour change programmes through her work in developing and delivering a Transport Mobility Management strategy on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Department of Transport and in supporting the delivery of the Sydney Travel Choices programme on behalf of Transport for New South Wales. Amy has a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of Cambridge and served as Secretary of the CIHT North West Region for two years prior to her election as Vice Chair.
Lindsey is a Chartered Engineer with 13 years’ experience in Transport Planning and Engineering
Lindsey is a Chartered Engineer with 13 years’ experience in Transport Planning and Engineering. She studied Civil Engineering at the University of Liverpool and subsequently undertook an MSc in Transport Engineering and Planning at the University of Salford. Lindsey currently works at Warrington Borough Council as a Principal Transport Planner following 12 years' working in consultancy.
16 years postgraduate experience and nearly 2 years of undergraduate work placements in departments of both statutory
16 years postgraduate experience and nearly 2 years of undergraduate work placements in departments of both statutory bodies and private consultancies have seen Richard being part of projects that have covered a broad range of sectors including telecomms, wastewater, infrastructure and highway schemes. These have covered a wide sector and stage base from residential to nuclear & masterplanning to construction and taken Richard UK wide as well as several overseas assignments.
Currently employed by URS/Scott Wilson Richard is responsible for design and delivery of a number of varied road and infrastructure projects as well as assisting in the preparation of bid submissions and presentations.
Eddie has worked for Liverpool City Council in Highway Development Planning and, since 2004, for Mott MacDonald. He is currently a Director of Mott MacDonald, based in the Liverpool office
Eddie has worked for Liverpool City Council in Highway Development Planning and, since 2004, for Mott MacDonald. He is currently a Director of Mott MacDonald, based in the Liverpool office, and is responsible for transport planning teams in Liverpool, Manchester & Leeds.
Mike is the North Western Region Representative to Council. In this role Mike is responsible for representing Region interests at Council
Mike is the North Western Region Representative to Council. In this role Mike is responsible for representing Region interests at Council and
also disseminating information from Council back to Committee Members and Region Members. In his role for National Council, Mike is a member of the Network Management and Operations Panel and the Membership Applications Panel.
Barry is a Managing Consultant with Oaklands Consulting Limited.
Chris is a Civil Engineer with experience across the Highways and Transportation Sector.
He currently works for a contractor, VolkerStevin, where he undertakes temporary works designs for a range of projects nationwide. His previous experiences include Rail Sector (Station Upgrades, Bridge Replaecement), Traffic Motorway Maintenance (Highways) and Bridge Engineering (Inspection, Maintenance and Design) across the North West and in Yorkshire. Chris has also worked for Consulting Engineers and Local Authorities, undertaking Traffic Impact Assessments and Highways Design for Private and Residential Developments.
Chris also sits on the Institution of Civil Engineers – Lancashire Branch Committee, where he current holds position of Chairperson for 2015/16 Session and the ICE North West Historic Engineering Group Committee. Chris has delivered a number of talks to the ICE on the History of the River Ribble Navigation and Construction of Preston Dock.
Peter Hallsworth is a North West boy educated in Bury and Liverpool.
Peter Hallsworth is a North West boy educated in Bury and Liverpool.
After graduating he moved to the East Midlands. He delivered a series of major motorway maintenance schemes in Leicestershire and developed new forms of contra-flow traffic management and introduced the Continuous Lane Rental form of contract.
He moved back North to look after Stockport’s road maintenance and introduce information technology to the engineering department. Peter presently works for his own company providing engineering services in the highways and infrastructure field for organisations such as Atkins and the Highways Agency.
He was National Chairman of the ICE Graduates and Students Committee and has continued his involvement in his professional Institutions throughout his career including serving on the Council of the Institution of Municipal Engineers and chairing the Municipals in both the East Midlands and North West.
He has chaired the ICE in the North West and is a professional reviewer for both ICE and CIHT where he has reviewed in London, Edinburgh and Chennai, India. He has given numerous lectures and is presently teaching students at Stockport College.
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Graduate Transport Planner, Atkins
Anna is currently the YPC Chair.
Amy joined WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff in Newcastle as a Graduate Transport Planner in February 2015, following a year of working as a Graduate GIS Consultant at AECOM.
Amy joined WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff in Newcastle as a Graduate Transport Planner in February 2015, following a year of working as a Graduate GIS Consultant at AECOM. Amy is currently based in the Salford Quays office where she is working on a variety of transportation projects.
Atif is a full-time Research Assistant at Liverpool John Moores University and pursuing his PhD in Civil Engineering: Pavements
Atif is a full-time Research Assistant at Liverpool John Moores University and pursuing his PhD in Civil Engineering: Pavements. Atif is also a Process Development Engineer as part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership Programme with Colas Ltd & Innovate UK.
He is the Assistant Technical Editor of International Journal of Pavement Engineering and Asphalt Technology (IJPEAT). He is also Lead Committee Member and Scientific & Technical Board Member and Editor of the International Conference on Asphalt, Pavement Engineering & Infrastructure.
Atif is a Chartered Engineer and a Company Champion of the CIHT at North West Branch. Previously, he has worked as a Highway Engineer for seven years on motorway and bridge construction and maintenance projects both in public and private sectors including with multilateral finance institutions and has working experience of highway infrastructure asset management.
He holds an MSc degree in Civil Engineering: Transportation from Nottingham Transportation Engineering Centre (NTEC), The University of Nottingham and BSc (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering from Military College of Engineering, National University of Sciences & Technology.
Atif is an avid reader, golfer & technology enthusiast.
James is a Senior Transport Planner at Parsons Brinckerhoff in Manchester. James joined PB after graduating from the University of Newcastle in 2006 with a degree in Geography.
James is a Senior Transport Planner at Parsons Brinckerhoff in Manchester. James joined PB after graduating from the University of Newcastle in 2006 with a degree in Geography. James completed a part-time Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering at the University of Leeds in 2009 and spent a year working in the PB Melbourne office. James has worked on a number of major projects including the 2012 Olympics and the Northern Hub.
Having graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a Master’s Degree in chemistry Sam joined Imtech Traffic & Infra UK & Ireland in April 2014
Having graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a Master’s Degree in chemistry Sam joined Imtech Traffic & Infra UK & Ireland in April 2014. Since joining Sam has worked on a number of projects including Specialist Technology Support Services to the Highways Agency.
During Sams role as a consultant for Imtech Sam has developed notable skills in Ramp Metering operation and Calibration delivering favourable reductions in congestion at various sites in the north east of England.
Alistair is a Director of Haydock Young Consultancy and AlderCross Training & Events
Alistair is a Director of Haydock Young Consultancy, which provides public and private sector clients with a wide range of management and engineering advice. He is also a Director of AlderCross Training & Events, which organises conferences, in-house training etc, and AlderCross Developments, which operates in the residential property market.
Alistair became a Member of the Institution in 1973 and joined the Branch Committee in 1991. He was elected to Council in 1996 and was President in 2006-07.
Retired in May 2016, Chris has over 40 years experience in the construction of transport infrastructure.
Retired in May 2016, Chris has over 40 years’ experience in the construction of transport infrastructure. He is a civil engineer who, since graduating from Durham University in 1971, has pursued his career wholly in contracting, the majority of the time in highway construction. After four years with Costain as a graduate engineer, he joined AMEC (Fairclough) in 1975 and transferred to Morgan Sindall in 2007 following the acquisition of AMEC DPS by Morgan Sindall. He was Business Development Director for Morgan Sindall until his retirement. He works part-time for the Civil Engineering Contractors Association as Transport Initiatives Director covering the North.
Chris joined the North Western Branch Committee in 1995. He was Branch Chairman for the year 1999/2000. A former vice-chair of Member Services Board, he chaired the Education Board in its first two years. He was installed as President of the Institution in June 2009 for the year 2009/10. For two years he chaired the newly formed Appian Trading Ltd, the board that oversees the Institution’s trading activities. Chris sat on the Partnership Management Group for the Transport Planning Professional qualification and was the Council member championing the successful CIHT500 membership recruitment campaign for 20012/13. He is a member of the Institution’s Audit Committee.
Married to Janet, Chris has three adult sons: a research chemist, a pilot and a commercial software programmer. He enjoys literature, theatre and walking and lives in Cheshire.
David spent much of his early career with Cheshire County Council specialising in road design. He was seconded to the Cheshire Sub-Unit of the Department of Transport’s North Western Road
Mike graduated from University College, Dublin, in 1953, and worked for a short time on a cement factory extension near Drogheda. He then moved to Lancashire to join Wimpey’s working on an opencast