Faithful+Gould appoints new regional lead for transport

Hannah Hardman
Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has appointed Mike Odling as a Regional Director for Transport, covering the North West and Yorkshire.

Mike has held a number of key roles on national infrastructure projects, with the likes of Network Rail, Transport for London, Transport for the North and local authorities, in addition to working with global consultancies Jacobs and Mace. His portfolio includes a series of complex infrastructure projects such as the Northern Hub for Network Rail and station devolution for Transport for Greater Manchester.

At Faithful+Gould, Mike will be responsible for leading the transportation market in the North West and Yorkshire; supporting clients with the development of transport schemes and expanding the business’ capabilities in the region.

Joao Silva, Director at Faithful+Gould, said: “A huge investment is being made to develop the transport network in the North. This investment coincides with our own growth strategy in the region, with many schemes currently in the early development phases in which our expertise lies. Mike’s appointment aligns with this great opportunity to help shape the region for future generations.” 

On his appointment, Mike said: “Joining Faithful+Gould allows me to continue to support the much-needed economic growth across the North that will be delivered through both public and private sector investment in transport. With experience of working collaboratively on complex infrastructure projects, I look forward to integrating Faithful+Gould’s skills with those of clients, designers and contractors to generate transport solutions for the region and its economy.”

Faithful+Gould provides a range of project management and cost management solutions to clients in the transport sector, and has been involved in projects across the UK including Birmingham International Airport’s International Interchange and the Docklands Light Railway Capacity Enhancement Project.

 

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