Nick Ruxton-Boyle Joins Project Centre
Project Centre has appointed Nick Ruxton-Boyle as Technical Director for Transport. Nick is a transport planner with 17 years experience and for the last two years was head of transport at the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Nick has led the technical teams on some of the largest opportunity area regeneration projects in the UK, Including Old Oak and Park Royal, White City and Earls Court. Nick has extensive experience in the planning and design of highways and transport infrastructure and raised the profile of strategic road tunnelling though his work on the Hammersmith Flyunder.
“I am passionate about transport planning and the role it plays across society, the economy and the environment. I am looking forward to re-shaping the project centre transport planning offer around the award winning design work already delivered by project centre. I will be working with our existing and new clients across both the private and public sector to provide them with a wide range of integrated and innovative transport services.”
Nick was one of the first practitioners to receive the transport planning professional qualification and is an active member of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transport. Currently chair of the London region he is interested in developing the next generation of transport planners. Nick lectures across the industry and mentors candidates through their professional qualification journey. Nick is also chair of the editorial board for transport professional magazine and on the board of directors of the transport planning society.
During 2012 Nick took a step away from transport planning to programme manage the Olympic adventure in the Hammersmith and Fulham, and during the Paralympics worked as a Gamesmaker in the transport team in the Athletes Village.
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