Lunch and Learn with Mott MacDonald
Mott MacDonald is pleased to present the third in our series of Lunch and Learn sessions; Fast tracking Project Delivery – Consenting Skills for Project Managers. Ruth Jackson (Director of RJP – a town planning practice based in Manchester) and Adam Richmond (Associate, Mott MacDonald) will be sharing their experiences of the good, the bad and the ugly of where consents meets project management, and how best to utilise consents knowledge and skills to fast track delivery. Adam and Ruth have worked together in integrated project teams for the last seven years across a number of different projects and have first-hand experience of the benefits that can be delivered through collaborating with consents specialists from early in project development and throughout the project lifecycle.
About the Speakers
Adam Richmond is a Chartered Project Professional and an Associate in the Advisory and Programme Delivery team for Mott MacDonald in Manchester. He is Chair of the pro-Manchester Transport & Infrastructure Sector Group and has spent the last 17 years developing and delivering some of the North’s most high profile and challenging transport projects, most recently with Northern Powerhouse Rail.
Ruth Jackson is the Founding Director of RJP town planning advisors based in Manchester and working across the UK. She is currently advising Northern Powerhouse Rail on options assessment and consents. Her specialties include major infrastructure projects, housing, sustainability, development management, policy, strategic negotiations and coordination of large project teams. Ruth established RJP in August 2011 having previously worked at senior levels at Land Use Consultants in Glasgow and Arup in Manchester. Ruth wanted to create a practice where town planning would be the principle discipline, where the business scale would mean clients
Contact Adam Richmond at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Interested In The Event?
If you’re interested in attending, you can book online here.