We undertake project advisory services, design management, research and consultancy. Based on many years of international experience, we provide clients with the expertise and analysis necessary to make well-informed, strategic decisions.

We believe it is particularly valuable to identify major technical, planning and stakeholder issues in the feasibility and conceptual phases of projects. Seeking the right advice in these critical, early stages will mitigate cost, programme and performance risks. Our approach is always based on interdisciplinary cooperation and we work with the best engineers, transport planners and construction consultants.

John is an adviser to government and transport authorities. He is an Expert Adviser with Crossrail International, a UK Government-owned specialist practice that provides strategic advice on the development and delivery of complex rail schemes across the globe. John is a Royal Institute of British Architects Client Adviser and a member of the Expert Panel of Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

John spent many years supervising inclusive design and mobility research at the Royal College of Art and was a Research Fellow at The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design.

Our clients have included transport authorities, engineers and contractors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Ireland and the United Kingdom, including:

Makkah Metro, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Client: Arcadis
Role: Project Advisory
2014 - 2015

Consultant to contractor bidding for design & construction of Phase 1 of US$ 16.5 billion, 188-km metro network. Advised on station planning, construction & materials.

Oman National Railway Project, Sultanate of Oman
Client: Parsons Brinckerhoff
Role: Project Advisory

Consultant to contractor bidding for design & construction of major phase of Oman’s new national railway network. Advised on station planning, construction and value engineering.

Jeddah Metro
Swedish Transport Administration
Interim Chief Architect: Planning
Rail Planning & Design Guidelines
Singapore LTA System Identity
MTRC Station Design Manual
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