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Philip is a consultant engineer specialising in cycle planning and design, sustainable transport more widely, as well as the development of public realm and traffic management schemes. He has worked for several consultancies and local authorities on a range of schemes involving technical advice and project management.
Daniel is currently Business Development Manager at Barhale. He is a Fellow of CIHT and is educated with a BSc (Hons) Construction Management that he achieved whilst studying part time. He has 18 years industry experience covering both commercial and operational roles.
Prior to joining civil engineering specialist Barhale, Daniel was Business Development Manager at Skanska UK between 2014 – 2018 and Air & Defence Specialist/ BDM at Lafarge/ Lafarge Tarmac between 2010 - 2014.
Daniel joined the East Midland Branch committee (now East of England region) in 2010 and became a nominated member of Council in 2011 serving a three year term. After relocating to NW London he joined CIHT London region in 2016.
He sits on CIHT’s Procurement and Delivery Panel.
He is the current Vice Chair of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Water Group and was previously the CECA Transport Group Chair.
Daniel is passionate about the industry being a safer, more inclusive and more productive. In 2018 Daniel became a Women in Transport mentor.
Ross Corben has worked for Westminster City Council's term traffic and transportation consultants since February 2003. He continues to work on a variety of transport schemes including streetscape improvements, parking, traffic management (safety), and cycling studies.
Previous experience includes cycling work for the Corporation of the City of London, Transport for London and for the London Borough of Lewisham and a short period at the London Borough of Harringey after graduating with an MSc from Imperial College in 2002. He has been a member of CIHT since 2004 and has sat on what was the Greater London Branch Committee since 2008 and is now the London Regional Committee.
Stelios currently works in the Digital Solutions Development Hub at Jacobs, supporting a portfolio of emerging and existing technologies. Stelios has 10 years’ experience in the transport industry. His academic background includes transport and urban planning, after graduating from the London School of Economics, University of Reading and Westminster University.
Stelios is passionate about driverless technology and its impact on cities. He was a member of the Volterra Jacobs team which was one of the finalists for the Wolfson Economics Prize 2017, the largest economics prize in the world after the Nobel Prize. The team’s proposal to combat congestion and ensure the sustainability of future road maintenance, included a combination of dynamic road pricing, CAVs and Blockchain.
Stelios is a forward looking individual with a keen eye for the bigger picture, especially with regards to the interaction of urban and transport planning with technology.
Shamaka completed his MEng Civil Engineering degree at UCL in 2014. He is currently a Transport Planner working at JACOBS. He has 5 years’ experience in microsimulation modelling (LEGION/SATURN), cost-benefit analysis and developing business cases.
John is head of technical development services to Colas in Great Britain and Isle of Man. He is a Chartered Chemist and Chartered Engineer. He worked previously for George Wimpey and Tarmac Quarry Products, before joining Colas in 2000. He has contributed to various published papers and sits on various committees of trade associations and standards-making bodies.
John Richardson has a BSc Honours Degree in Applied Chemistry and is a Chartered Chemist and Chartered Engineer (Energy Institute). He is head of technical development services to Colas for their operations in Great Britain and Isle of Man. He had spent 23 years with George Wimpey Company involved with quality control, quality management, research and development, and overseas contracting. He transferred to Tarmac Quarry Products following a company asset swap where he spent 4 years mainly involved in design and evaluation of pavements, before joining Colas Ltd in 2000. He is a member of various committees of trade associations and standards-making bodies. He has contributed to various published papers, including co-author of the textbook Asphalts in Road Construction, and received the William Webb Prize as co-author of the best paper in the Transport Journal at the Institution of Civil Engineers. He is also an active member of the committee of the Construction Materials Group of the Society of Chemical Industry, receiving the George Bessey Award in 2016.