Manoj Gupta joins roundtable at the UK Transport Conference

Manoj Gupta, Waterman’s Head of Rail, will be joining a vibrant roundtable at the UK Transport Conference in London this Wednesday 4 July to discuss business challenges in the current climate and how we can use technology more effectively to overcome them.

The two-day event, hosted by New Civil Engineers (NCE) and Bentley Systems, is focussed around investment, innovation and integration and brings together industry leaders in the rail and roads sectors to debate core themes and challenges both sectors face.

Manoj is a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers with over 24 years’ experience in managing and leading large multidisciplinary Transport business units, projects and programmes in the UK and across the world.

His expertise in tunnels, bridges, stations, ports, highways, infrastructure design and construction combined with strategic bid and client relations, have significantly contributed to his extensive portfolio which includes projects such as Radlett Freight Interchange, High Speed 2, Crossrail, Novo Rail Alliance in Australia and High Speed Haramain Rail in Saudi Arabia.

Manoj will be on the panel on Wednesday 4 July at 2pm.

The UK Transport Conference takes place on 3-4 July in London. To find out more about the event, please click here.

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