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Insights from a new golden age of rail stations

About this event

The Government’s commitment to pump prime our economic recovery with a major multi-billion pound transport infrastructure programme is driving a rail renaissance, with major investment in local and regional rail. New lines are being created, many Beeching lines are re-opening, resulting in the creation of many new local and regional stations.

In parallel we are also witnessing the regeneration and redevelopment of some of the country’s biggest stations and delivery of new major station projects, providing an ideal opportunity to share insights, best practice and transfer knowledge, as we also reflect on the changing shape of station use in a post covid, net zero world as society’s needs evolve.

Join us on Wednesday, May 19th 2021 - 12:30 PM (BST) for a discussion "Insights from a new golden age of rail stations".

Our panel will be made up of experts who are involved in some of the country’s biggest current rail station projects, as client, architect, contractor and multi-disciplinary project managers, sharing insights from a range of different projects.

Our panel includes:

  • Hala Lloyd, HS2 Lead Architect, HS2
  • Carol Stitchman, Technical Director Rail Group, WSP
  • Wes McKee, Project Director, VolkerFitzpatrick
  • Bosco Lam, Head of Infrastructure, Wilkinson Eyre
  • Jools Townsend, CEO, Community Rail Network

The session will be chaired by Caroline Romback, Director - Construction, Copper Consultancy.

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
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    Wes McKee Project Director @ VolkerFitzpatrick

  • Team member
    Copper Consultancy

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    Jools Townsend CEO @ Community Rail

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    Hala Lloyd HS2 Lead Architect @ HS2

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    Carol Stitchman Technical Director Rail Group @ WSP

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    Bosco Lam Head of Infrastructure @ Wilkinson Eyre

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    Caroline Romback Director - Construction @ Copper Consultancy