Ross has been at Martin Arnold since December 2002. He qualified as a Chartered Building Surveyor in 2005. Ross is the Director in charge of Building Surveying, Architecture and Clerk of Works. Ross is also qualified as a member of the Association of Project Safety and has a certificate in Building Information Modelling (BIM) – Project Management. He works predominantly in the residential sector, as well as having a specialist understanding of the education sector. Ross is very experienced in residential development, large scale asset management repairs and maintenance, but over the past few years, Ross has developed a wealth of skills and expertise in Fire Safety.
Captain John Monks has completed over 33 years in aviation and has combined flying and management roles for the last 22 years. He currently holds the position of Director of Safety and Security at British Airways. Reporting to the CEO this role is accountable for the design, implementation, and continuous improvement of the British Airways Management System to ensure compliance with applicable legislation and delivering world class risk management. The role has responsibility for aviation and occupational safety, aviation security, physical and personnel security, aviation cyber security and continuing airworthiness. Previous management roles have included pilot recruitment, pilot training, development of pilot training strategy and aviation safety, risk, and compliance.
Throughout his career John has worked collaboratively with industry agencies and regulators on a variety of subjects and issues including ‘Volcanic Ash’ and ‘Aircraft Tracking’. He is a current member of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Stakeholder Advisory Board and a founding member of the European Data4Safety Steering Board. Currently the chair of the IATA Operations Advisory Council he has previously held roles on the IATA Safety Group. He also acts as a ‘specialist advisor’ to the NATS Safety Review Committee, whose role is to monitor and review the effectiveness of safety performance on behalf of the NATS Board the UKs leading ATC service provider. Outside of aviation John holds a non-executive board position for ‘Building a Safer Future’, an organisation set up to improve safety risk management in the construction industry.
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Lucy has worked within the construction sector for 19 years, having commenced her career in Architectural practice before joining main contractor Wates, where she specialised in Design Management, delivering a wide range of commercial refurbishment projects from the initial design concept phase through to construction and delivery stage. In 2012, Lucy transitioned into Building Information Management (BIM) leading the development and implementation of a digital change management programme, to build the standards, procedures and organisational capability across the Wates business and the wider supply chain. Over an 8-year period in her role as Group BIM Director, Lucy was responsible for the leadership and implementation of BIM across the organisation, driving the delivery of digital construction methods across residential, education, custodial, retail and commercial office sectors. In her current role as Head of Information Management, Lucy leads a multidisciplinary team specialising in Geographic Information System (GIS,) Digital Engineering and Information Control for the joint venture partnership EKFB, who are appointed to the High-Speed Rail 2 (HS2) project. Lucy is a passionate advocate of digital transformation within the built environment, and understands the importance of evolving the culture and capability of the construction industry, in order that robust information management and digital construction processes are universally adopted to deliver transparent, robust information; which will serve to mitigate risks in the design, construction and management of assets.
Jeremy brings 35 years development & property experience to the BSF Board. He has been responsible for leading development, regeneration and asset management programmes within large Housing Associations. Jeremy is passionate about building safety, was responsible for establishing building safety plans at Notting Hill Genesis HA, created the G15 Asset Group with a focus on building safety best practice and has been advising on the creation of a building safety academy that will focus on building safety skills development.