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Balfour Beatty MD to deliver keynote at Infrarail 2018

Mark Bullock, Managing Director of Balfour Beatty’s Rail, Power Transmission & Distribution and Gas & Water businesses, will deliver a keynote speech at Infrarail 2018 on Wednesday 2 May.

Having worked at board level in regulated infrastructure businesses since 1999, and with Balfour Beatty since 2012, Mark has seen the rail industry from both the client and contractor perspective. He therefore has an unmatched insight into the challenges and opportunities of the infrastructure sector in general and rail in particular, and will be able to comment on the changes that will impact the industry over the next few years. His thoughts and predictions on what the rail supply chain will have to face in the future will make for an interesting speech.

Mark’s past responsibilities have included asset management of 26% of the UK electricity distribution networks, Heathrow airport, major rail electrification schemes and a number of business transformations. He is a non-executive director of the Railway Industry Association and chair of the Rail Contractors Safety Forum.

Visitors to Infrarail 218 will be able to hear Mark Bullock’s keynote speech at 10:30 on Wednesday 2 May, the middle day of the show, in the Rail Engineer Seminar Theatre at London ExCeL. Attendance to the UK’s leading industry exhibition is free to those who register in advance at www.infrarail.com.


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