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integrate with Crossrail during and after
Terry Morgan Heads
construction will be a major asset to this
project.’ Mr. Johnson also paid tribute to New job at
Douglas Oakervee’s pivotal role in pro-
gressing Crossrail. Terry Morgan, currently chief executive of
Terry Morgan joined Tube Lines threeTube Lines, is to be the new non-executive Airport Express
years ago from BAE Systems where he waschairman of Crossrail from November
managing director – operations. Says Terry,2009.
Crossrail’s current executive chairman, ‘It’s an honour to be taking on this impor- Airport Express, the marketing global advertising agency
Douglas Oakervee OBE, becomes non- tant role. When successfully delivered, alliance for Gatwick Express, networks and also PropertyTerry
executive chairman until Mr. Morgan Crossrail will add a vital 10 per cent capac- Heathrow Express and Directorate of Network Rail. Morgan.
takes up his post next year. A new ity to London’s rail-based public transport Heathrow Connect, has Kyle Haughton, sales and
Crossrail chief executive officer will be network. appointed Yan Huybrechts as marketing director at Airport
appointed shortly as the company Douglas Oakervee deserves huge credit the new head of Non-Fare Express, said, ‘Yan will be
evolves from its planning and promotion- for the leadership and skill he has shown Revenue. responsible for developing
al role into the lead delivery agent for in steering the Crossrail scheme to the Huybrechts has spent the commercial relationships with
London’s new railway. start of construction. I’ll be working close- last three years working as a partners who wish to use
Says Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, ly with him as I prepare to take up the freelance consultant, primar- Airport Express’s innovative
‘Crossrail is a truly incredible project in reins in November 2009. Until then, my pri- ily advising on projects such advertising portfolio to access
vision and scale and is absolutely vital to orities will be to ensure the continued as digital screen networks. our ‘hard to reach’ passenger
London’s future prosperity and growth. I’m delivery at Tube Lines and to ensure a Previously he was the demographic.’
determined to see it delivered on time and smooth handover to my successor. We’ve Projects Manager at JC
on budget and Terry Morgan’s experience built sound foundations and delivered Decaux, where he was Airport Express’s new head of
will be vital in ensuring that this is many improvements for Tube passengers, responsible for the media non-fare revenue,
achieved. His knowledge of London’s and I look forward to the transformation of buying function of various Yan Huybrechts.
transport infrastructure and how it will the Tube continuing apace.’
McNaughton Joins Board
Balfour Beatty has appointed Andrew McNaughton will oversee Balfour Engineer, a member of the Institute of Civil
McNaughton as Chief Operating Officer; Beatty’s construction and engineering Engineering and a board member of the
he also joins the board of Balfour Beatty activities in the UK, the Gulf Region, South- Major Projects Association. He joined
plc. East Asia and the Group’s worldwide rail Balfour Beatty in 1997 and has undertaken
Says Chief Executive, Ian Tyler, ‘Since business, reporting to Ian Tyler. Anthony a series of increasingly senior roles, most
joining Balfour Beatty in 1997, Andrew has Rabin, Deputy Chief Executive, retains his recently as Group Managing Director with
been instrumental in the development of current responsibility for the Group’s responsibility for the civil engineering
our major project capabilities and in posi- worldwide infrastructure investment busi- activities of the Group in the UK and the
tioning the Group in respect of its major ness. Middle East. The new appointment
future opportunities.’ Andrew McNaughton is a Chartered Civil becomes effective from 1 January 2009.
PB appoints Transport Director Bass line role
Parsons Brinckerhoff has Transportation Services, Greg Ayres, ‘Increasingly, we emerging intelligent trans- Eurostar has appointed Emma the International markets in
formed a transportation group where he was interim general have seen a shift in the trans- port systems market, shows Harris as Sales & Marketing 2005.
to combine its rail, highways, manager. He was also previ- portation market with grow- that the market demands a Director. More recently, Emma led the
aviation and marine ously employed as managing ing demand for integrated more integrated service, com- Emma joined Eurostar’s busi- change management pro-
operations. director of May Gurney Rail services from new and exist- bining skills which currently ness sales team in 2001 from gramme for Eurostar’s success-
Russell Adams, 49, has Services and has held senior ing customers alike. Our exist in our rail and highways Bass Brewers where she was a ful move to St Pancras
joined the company as senior posts at Bechtel and experience on Edinburgh sectors. Russell was chosen national account manager. International. In the first nine
director of the new group. Railtrack. tram and Manchester for his experience, multiple She has risen through the months of 2008 Eurostar car-
Adams moves from Siemens Says managing director Metrolink, as well as in the transport background and ranks becoming Head of ried a record 7.0 million trav-
determination to break into Business Sales, then Director ellers and enjoyed sales of
new markets.’ of UK Sales, before taking on £521.1 million.
New chairman for RIA
Paul Johnson, managing for Hawker Siddeley Rail
director of Knorr-Bremse Rail Projects Ltd and to Managing
REPTA 2009
Systems (KBRS), is the new Director for Westinghouse
chairman of the Railway Brakes (UK) Limited in 1997.
Membership open to: all rail and transport industry staff,
Industry Association, the trade He took that company
through the acquisition by
active or retired, including immediate family.
association for Britain’s
railway supply industry. Knorr-Bremse in 2000 and has
He takes over from Tony King, continued as Managing
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Director of Jacobs, who has Director with KBRS since that
completed his two-year term as time. He holds a first class
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Mr. Johnson’s career has been Masters Degree in Business
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management to Project Director since 2001.
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