|Nationality British||Practice name Nichols Group|
Name Peter Hansford
|Education University of Nottingham
Cranfield School of Management|
Institution memberships Fellow of the Association for Project Management Past President & Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers Companion of the Chartered Management Institute
Engineering discipline Civil engineer
Ice president peter hansford visit to the north east region
Peter Hansford is an English civil engineer. He served as the 146th President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) (2010-2011) and succeeded Paul Morrell as the UK government's chief construction adviser in November 2012.
- Ice president peter hansford visit to the north east region
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- Infrastructure Steering Committee
- Chief Construction Adviser
The business of infrastructure infrastructure projects do they matter w professor peter hansford
Hansford studied civil engineering at Nottingham University, and then worked at Amey Roadstone Construction and Maunsell Consultations Asia in Hong Kong. He later joined the Nichols Group, working as engineering manager for London's Docklands Light Railway City extension and Beckton extension projects (1989-1992). He also has a MBA from Cranfield University.
Hansford is a Fellow of the ICE and of the Association for Project Management, and chaired the ICE's expert panel contributing to the UK government's Low Carbon Construction IGT report (2010), a key building block of the industry reforms started by Morrell.
Infrastructure Steering Committee
Hansford, ICE Past President, chaired the Infrastructure Steering Committee (ISC), a group of leading clients, consultants, contractors and academics who were a focal point for industry input into the work of the IUK Infrastructure Cost Review implementation programme. This Industry Standards Group report was prepared in response to the 2010 Infrastructure Cost Review programme.
Involved with the Infrastructure UK cost study, Hansford has also worked on various strategic reviews including ones for the Highways Agency, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Network Rail.
Chief Construction Adviser
On 2 July 2014, construction minister Michael Fallon announced that Hansford's term of office would be extended to November 2015. In July 2015, the Government announced that "the role of the Chief Construction Adviser will not be continued after the incumbent Peter Hansford’s tenure ends in November 2015."