Costain on future city mobility at our February forum
We are delighted that the Chief Digital Officer, Nathan Marsh, at smart infrastructure solutions company, Costain, will join our opening panel discussion at 'Infrastructure 2020' on 11 February.
He will be talking alongside the Chief Executive of HS1, Dyan Crowther, and the Infrastructure & Projects Authority's Head of Project Finance, Matthew Vickerstaff.
Nathan is a member of Costain's Executive Board, and he has over 25 years’ experience working in critical national infrastructure, developing commercial structures, resilient systems, technology platforms and customer experience solutions working with the Department for Transport (DfT), Transport for London (TfL), West Midlands ITA, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), MerseyTravel, Transport for the North (TfN) and a range of UK and US private sector companies.
Nathan has worked with Defence, Law Enforcement and Security Agencies on Digital Systems and resilience. He has also worked with McKinsey & Co and Aon PLC, focusing on infrastructure design, investment and development, with a focus on commercially sustainable future mobility schemes. Nathan represents Costain on key strategic industry groups that are shaping the future of digital infrastructure.
We also welcome Costain's Head of Smart Places Kim Faithfull-Wright, who will be joining the morning's third panel discussion to debate how planning for new developments needs to take account of rapidly evolving technology and innovations in transport infrastructure.
Kim has been helping to increase understanding and activity across the smart places agenda and integrating solutions to address key issues such as decarbonisation, alternative energy and future mobility in the UK. She has developed strategies to help local authorities realise significant benefits from smart places principles, both within cities and regional settings, through deployment of interconnected systems and capturing, analysing and visualising data across complex infrastructure networks to make better informed decisions.