Philip brings international experience to his work, gained with a wide range of public and private sector clients in the road, rail, aviation, ports, shipping, manufacturing and logistics sectors. Having previously founded two major consulting businesses, Philip joined PBA in 2003 to establish the company’s freight and logistics group.
Initially specialising in the rail sector, he has expanded PBA’s services to include construction logistics strategies for major projects and use of alternative modes. This includes developing the river usage strategy for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, the business case for the 3 Mills Lock - part of the London 2012 Olympics Legacy - and the conversion of the Jaguar Halewood automotive plant to rail delivery. He combines an excellent understanding of the technical, economic, and financial requirements of case making with an ability to bring diverse stakeholders together in delivering projects.
Philip is also responsible for PBA’s Frameworks with Transport for London, the GLA and DFT’s Rail Executive, covering transport, economics, modelling, environmental planning, building services and rail advice.