Mark joined Temple is 2013 and is a Board Director with overall responsibility for the delivery of the Group’s portfolio of client projects, as well as innovation, knowledge and proposition development.
He is a highly experienced and commercially minded project director and consultant, who has worked on some of the UK’s highest profile and complex infrastructure, development and regeneration projects.
With diverse experience across most sectors, Mark regularly leads multidisciplinary design, assessment and management teams; as well as undertaking more specialised strategy consulting and research focused commissions.
With a particular expertise in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and the preparation and review of Environmental Statements (ESs), Mark focuses on developing assessment and implementation strategies that realise the highest level of client benefit (by delivering robust, viable and consentable development) at the same time as maximising the benefits to society and minimising impacts on the environment.
Projects Mark has worked on include: Barking Riverside, Meridian Water, the Garden Bridge, the Northern Line Extension, Chelsea Barracks, Brent Cross Cricklewood, Thames Tideway Tunnel, Crossrail, London Powerlines Undergrounding, Purfleet Centre Regeneration, Aldershot Urban Extension, Blackwall Reach, Dibden Terminal Container Port and the London 2012 Olympics and Legacy.
Prior to joining Temple, Mark worked for Capita Property & Infrastructure for over 12 years, were he led their planning, environment and design team.
When not working, Mark likes walking, cycling and sailing, preferably in far-flung places.