Spotlight - Public Sector Transport Schemes
Scott White and Hookins will be attending the UK’s Association of University Directors of Estates conference as an exhibitor and sponsor. This is an exclusive ‘invitation only’ conference held from 2nd to 4th April 2012 at Loughborough University.
We have selected a team who are specialist in the higher education construction sector with proven expertise working on a wide range of projects on University states. Our representatives will be Doug Alcock (Partner), Lisa Hutchings (Business Development), Richard Hemming (Partner)and Mike Weaver(Partner) >
This will be our debut at this exclusive event. We are looking forward to meeting up with some current clients and colleagues, and meeting and developing new contacts in the higher education sector.
We have a ‘rolled the dice’ on some distinctive branding, so for those of you attending look out for us on stand 27 in the exhibitors area!
We are looking forward to the event and have come armed with a full box of business Cards and a few goodies!
We are proud of the successful range of services we provide to our public sector clients. These have included;
- Town centre accessibility studies,
- Parking strategy and management studies,
- Transport option feasibility studies,
- Route and Area network management studies,
- Bus Priority schemes,
- Cycle route and priority schemes,
- Pedestrianisation schemes,
- Direction signing strategies,
- Traffic Regulation Orders.
At Scott White and Hookins we know that the success of all our public sector schemes depends on relationship between the client and the consultant. Our clients can expect;
- The personal attention of a dedicated project manager who provides a single point of contact to ensure clear lines of communication. We will keep the client informed of progress and provide regular feedback to ensure the project develops exactly as the client needs it;
Sometimes our preliminary studies reveal issues or problems which the client was not fully aware of at the commencement of a study or scheme. Regular discussion with the client as the project develops means we can adapt to meet changes in circumstances;
Clients use us again and recommend us because we try to solve problems and create improvements. We look for opportunities for the client to achieve more for less. Sometimes we find that our role expands to address the wider issues associated with a project or study.