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Mark Dewson is a Ramboll Director responsible for large multi-disciplinary projects, primarily in the highways and aviation transportation sectors, offering guidance and design input to many facets of infrastructure engineering. He joined Ramboll (then Gifford) in 2000 as Assistant Engineer, becoming Principal Engineer in 2005 and Director in 2008.
With over 25 years’ experience in the construction industry including design engineer in both the private and public sectors, Mark has worked on projects in many countries including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Ireland, Romania, Brunei and Gibraltar.
Recent projects include:
In 2012 Mark was Design Manager for the Design Build Contract for M9 Junction 1a, and Highway Design Manager for Jersey Airport Cargo Area Access Road.
Having worked for a wide range of clients, including Local Authorities, Contractors and Developers and Organisations / Operators, Mark has valuable knowledge and experience in design management, including: Traditional and Design and Build / EPC Contracts, programming (resource and financial), statutory approvals and the design of Highway and Airfield Infrastructure.
With high level project management and leadership skills, Mark contributes to Ramboll’s Business Plan by coordinating and controlling resources and finances for projects, and reporting on fee forecasting and workload programming.
The A477 road forms part of the Trans European Road Network (TERN), a strategic route linking mainland Europe with West Wales and Ireland. Ramboll was appointed transport and environmental consultant in an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) form of contract to design and deliver a £47m improvement scheme.
Recommendations for refurbishment to achieve code F compliance.
Due to aging infrastructure and projected traffic growth, Brunei International Airport requires substantial refurbishment and upgrade of airside infrastructure.
Ramboll, in cooperation with Arcadis and Jurutera Tempatan, prepared an assessment of airside geometric requirements and review of available information on pavement and AGL infrastructure. The purpose was to provide recommendations for the scope of works necessary to most efficiently meet the future operational needs of the airport.
Ramboll produced an outline strategic brief to improve access between the city centre and airport, adjacent to the frontier with Spain. The objective, to provide for a free flow of traffic; currently interrupted by airfield operations where 600m of existing road crosses the runway.