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Transforming infrastructure through smarter information
 

John Burland with Lisa Millard and Sinan Acikgoz

Image: Steering Group Chair John Burland talking to guests at CSIC event 
 

CSIC's Steering Group is composed of leading engineers and academics who meet four times a year to oversee the high-level strategy of the Centre. Membership of the Steering Group includes:
 

Professor John Burland CBE, (Chair)
Imperial College London 
Simon Abbott
Network Rail
Karen Alford 
Environment Agency
Dr Keith Bowers
COWI 
Volker Buscher
Arup
Robert Dean
HS1
Tim Embley
Costain
Mark Enzer
Mott MacDonald
Tom Foulkes
Independent Consultant
Steve Hornsby
Independent Consultant
Adam Locke
Laing O'Rourke
Professor Gordon Masterton
University of Edinburgh/UKCRIC 
Professor Andrew McNaughton
HS2
John Pelton
Jacobs
Richard Ploszek
Infrastructure and Project Authority
David Pocock
Jacobs

Stephen Pottle
WSP

Phillip Proctor
Highways England
Professor William Powrie
University of Southampton/UKCRIC 
Michael Spencer
International Assocation of Engineering Insurers, (IMIA)
Dr Scott Steedman CBE
British Standards Institute (BSI)
John St Leger
HS2

 

CSIC funding representatives

Ajinkya Rao
EPSRC

Colin Cooper
Innovate UK

Liam Winder
Innovate UK

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