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Are we as engineers designing smartly across the transport sector?


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This lecture looks at the commercial consequences of good and bad design, stressing the importance of why we should be designing smartly on all future transport mode integration projects.

Date and Time

17 April 2013 - 18:00-21:00


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the London local network.

About this event

Using positive and negative examples of engineering design, our speaker offers a commercial manager's view of the technical and commercial interface of under- and over-ground railways, highways and aviation projects.  He examines the commercial consequences of when design goes right and when it goes wrong, stressing the importance of why we should be designing smartly on all future transport mode integration projects.

He looks at the lessons to consider when designing smartly, the challenges to face, and how best to apply learning when delivering solutions.

After the lecture, John will be joined on stage by three additional panellists for a Q&A discussion.

About the speaker

John Judge is a former director of Mott McDonald and in 2005 started Judge 3D, a commercial management company that specialises in major rail, aviation, highways, telecommunications and energy infrastructure projects.

With over 25 years' experience providing commercial and associated management services to global construction and infrastructure markets, to customers and contracting supply chains, John has consistently delivered projects within budget or with improved margins.

The panellists

In addition to John Judge, we look forward to welcoming the following panellists for the Q&A discussion:

Mark Southwell, Programme Director (Signalling), Network Rail

Chris Woodroofe, Head of Security & Business Continuity, Gatwick Airport

David Threlfall, Technology Director, Hyder (UK)


18.00  Registration

18.30  Lecture begins

19.30  Q&A

20.00  Networking reception

Additional information

We would like to thank Judge 3D for their kind sponsorship of the networking reception after this lecture.

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