Former rail MD at Amey joins Kier Highways

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Nicola Hindle has been appointed by Kier as the new group managing director for Kier Highways, she will join the group in May from Amey

A passionate advocate of diversity and inclusion, Nicola Hindle supports a diverse campaign that includes gender-neutral recruiting and the introduction of an engineering badge with the Guiding Association.

Experience

Nicola Hindle spent the last 15 years in Amey, where was the managing director of its rail and consulting business delivering critical schemes including work on Crossrail’s Old Oak to Paddington station, running the Wales and Borders rail network and South Wales Metro, electrifying the strategic railway network around Manchester and the increasing of capacity on the Midland Mainline.

She has also introduced a STEM ambassador network to inspire the next generation of engineers within groups that have historically been under-represented in STEM careers.

Speaking about her new role, Nicola Hindle said: “‘I am delighted to be joining Kier at a pivotal time for both the group, as it executes its new strategy, and the Highways business.

“With increased Government investment in the UK road network expected through RIS2, Kier is well placed to support both Highways England and its key local authority clients in the maintenance and expansion of the UK’s road network.”

Responsibility

At Kier, Hindle will be responsible for the Highways business providing maintenance and capital projects across a range of contracts including Area’s 3, 9 and 13 as well as the design and construction of the A585 Windy Harbour to Skipool and the A5036 Port of Liverpool schemes delivered through the Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership.

Andrew Davies, Kier chief executive said: “I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Nicola.  She brings with her a strong focus on safety and quality delivery for clients and I look forward to her working closely with our senior leadership team and key clients to continue to drive growth for our Highways business.”

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