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Warren is a Technical Director for Transport Advisory at Mott MacDonald and leads the Strategic Asset Management business that supports clients globally in getting best value from their infrastructure assets. He has over 20 years’ experience in supporting clients with the management of operational infrastructure assets and development of new infrastructure assets in the UK and overseas, through various financing arrangements.
He is a chartered civil engineer with an MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution from Kings College London. His ‘Civil Engineering with Management’ degree focused on re-engineeering the construction process and improving the efficiency in delivering infrastructure and he has spent his career taking this forward in terms of providing technical, strategic, contractual /procurement and commercial advice including risk review and risk allocation support.
The last 12 years he has spent predominantly working with public and private partnership arrangements, advising both the public and private sectors on developing/financing, implementing and acquiring infrastructure assets. He has advised clients on prestigious and award winning UK projects such as the £10bn M25 DBFO and the £6bn London Gateway Port. He has advised governments on the development of PPP projects in UK, Africa and the Far East, lender technical advisory services in UK, Europe, Greece, Indonesia, US and Canada, and wider private sector advisory services to develop infrastructure in the UK, South America, Africa, Europe and the US.
He was a Board Member of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) in the UK for four years, a current member of the Advisory Board for Highways UK and committee member for the International Project Financing Association. He was also a committee member of FIDIC for several years. He is a keen waterskier and enjoys yoga and photography.