Our Team Members
This experience includes traditional contract schemes and Design & Build/Public Private Partnership (PPP) schemes. Peter has been responsible for Traffic & Transport Assessments for proposed developments and Transport Studies for towns/urban areas.
As one of the most experienced Road Safety Audit Team Leaders in Ireland Peter has significant experience (in excess of 780 Road Safety Audits) of all Road Safety Audit stages on a variety of road, junction, development, bus corridor & temporary traffic management schemes and he has also undertaken a number of Road User Audits, Quality Audits and Accessibility Audits.
Peter has also been the Road Safety Inspection Team Leader for the inspections of sections of the Irish National Road Network including the MMaRC B Area, the N05, the N55, the N03, the N80, the N72 & the N69.
Peter’s extensive experience in road safety engineering also includes the development of schemes to address High Collision Locations, with this work involving the completion of collision analysis and remedial measures identification and design for these locations.
Peter has successfully worked with many of Ireland’s Local Authorities, State Agencies, PPP Road Operators, leading Consulting Engineering firms as well as for many individuals. He has experience in all aspects of the road planning and road design process from inception to completion including Statutory Procedures, EIS, and Public Inquiry support and has given evidence at Oral Hearings on behalf of Clients.
Peter is actively involved with the engineering professional body in Ireland, Engineers Ireland, and has previously served as an officer, including as Chair, on the Roads & Transportation Society committee and is a member of the Civil Division Committee within Engineers Ireland.
Aly has held senior positions in both public and private sector organisations, and project leadership roles in Ireland, the UK and New Zealand, so has obtained significant exposure to national and international design and project teams.
Aly’s experience is supported by strong engineering and management qualifications, including a BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering, a First-Class MEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering, and a First-Class MBA. Aly has also successfully completed the RSA Certificate of Competence (at UCD), obtained the PSDP Certificate (via the ACEI), and has been approved by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) as a Road Safety Audit Team Leader.
Aly is active within Engineers Ireland, previously holding the role of Public Relations Officer for the Roads and Transportation Society for two terms, before more recently being elected as the Honorary Secretary for the Cork Region.
Alan is a Chartered Engineer and Senior Project Engineer with PMCE, specialising in Traffic and Road Safety Engineering. As a TII approved Road Safety Auditor, Alan has taken on the role of Road Safety Audit Team Member in over 200 Road Safety Audits at all Road Safety Audit stages in the Republic of Ireland including the M17/M18 and M11 motorway schemes. Alan is also an approved Road Safety Auditor in the UK and the Middle East, which underlines his experience and growing reputation abroad.
Alan’s portfolio of work includes Road Safety Inspection Reports for the N4, N6, N18, N30, N80 and N59. Alan has also worked on Collision Analyses of the M7, the N25, and N59 Clifden to Maam Cross route, and has undertaken traffic counts and Traffic and Transport Assessments. Alan’s design experience also includes Low-cost Safety Improvement Schemes for Local Authorities in Co. Limerick and Co. Mayo and a Traffic and Transport Study of Ballinrobe in Co. Mayo.
Alan’s experience is complimented by a strong set of engineering qualifications, including a BAI (Hons) in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering at Trinity College Dublin, a BA in Mathematics and an MSc in Transport Engineering at Trinity College Dublin. Alan has also completed the 10-day Road Safety Audit Certificate of Competence course at University College Dublin.
Alan is a Chartered Member of Engineers Ireland (MIEI) and attends presentations and lectures in Engineers Ireland to support his continued professional development.
Mazen graduated with a First-Class Honours Degree in Civil Engineering from the Dublin Institute of Technology (now Technological University Dublin, TUD) in 2018, and is currently undertaking a part-time Masters in Transport at Trinity College Dublin. Mazen has also completed the TMS 3-day Road Safety audit course, and is an active Member of Engineers Ireland.
Antonis is a qualified Civil Engineer, having obtained an Integrated Master of Science in Civil Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens, with further specialisation in Highway and Transportation Engineering. This is best demonstrated through his dissertation, where Antonis worked with the Road Freight Transportation Working Group of the Ministry of Transportation of the Hellenic Republic regarding truck movement legislation.
Having completed his national service in Greece, which included technical and strategic training, operations management, documentation preparation, and human resources supervision, Antonis worked in Construction with particular focus on land property and building surveying, structural engineering assessments, and environmental inspections and certification.
Antonis is a Member of the Technical Chamber of Greece and Engineers Ireland, and an accredited Energy Auditor by the Ministry of Environment and Energy of the Hellenic Republic, and regularly attends presentations and lectures to support continued professional development.
Rebecca graduated with a First-Class Honours Integrated Master’s Degree (MAI) in Civil Engineering from Trinity College Dublin in 2021. Her dissertation involved a detailed analysis of COVID-19’s impact on transportation in Dublin City using traffic data across various transportation modes and the statistical analysis software “R”.