Ian HeighSenior Project Manager Network Rail
A chartered mechanical engineer, in his early engineering career David became the ‘engineering department’ for a small fabrication and machining company, gaining hands-on experience on every element of a project from estimating through to detailed design, manufacture, installation and commissioning. Specialising in moving structures, David then changed career path and moved to an engineering design consultancy working on projects such as Tunnel Boring Machines, moving bridges, water control structures and high level access gantries. Within two years the company was acquired, and David moved on to become one of the founding members of Eadon Consulting in 2009 continuing his work in water control structures and high level access.
My Speaker Sessions
|Wednesday, December 01|
For the first time in the bridge’s history, the public will be able to access the world-famous structure and explore its heritage as well as the outstanding views from 110m above sea level. Plans will see the construction of a Bridge Walk Reception Hub on the South Queensferry side of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which will be used for preparing those heading out on the bridge walk as well as providing physical access to the bridge. The proposals will be delivered with consideration for the bridge’s world heritage status and will set out to further the aims of UNESCO in helping to interpret the history and heritage of the Forth Bridge.
Wednesday , December 01, 14:50 - 15:15