Global Business Consultant
Graham is Global Business Consultant at Pinsent Masons LLP, the world’s top ranked firm of lawyers globally in the global construction and engineering sector, serving over 60% of ENR global Top 100 construction companies
He has extensive experience in the construction and engineering sector.
Graham is also Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead at Oxford Economics who he has worked in close partnership with for over numerous years on construction forecasting.
He is also author and contributor of many other studies about the construction and engineering industry as a thought leader and is an experienced keynote speaker at major industry conventions worldwide.
Graham was previously a Partner and Head of Management Consulting for one of the largest global management and construction consultants. He has led transformation projects in many different sectors.
He was responsible for procurement and delivery of a $1.5 billion capital program and led a transformation of capital project delivery for the UK’s largest airport operator. He also led the transformation in capital program delivery for one of the UK’s largest banks.
He was Commercial Director of the renowned Centre for Strategic Studies in Construction within the School of Construction Management and Engineering at The University of Reading – a Centre of Excellence in Construction Strategy – undertaking research into global construction. This included a series of highly acclaimed reports on the future of the UK construction and engineering sector with Forewords by a former Prime Minister of the UK Government.
Pinsent Masons targets transport and mobility market with the appointment of Finance and Projects partner Miguel Nieto in Madrid
The link between purpose-led businesses, ‘B Corp’ certification and the Better Business Act
Chris has specialised in pensions law since qualifying in 2010.
Daniel specialises in high-value and complex disputes. He has significant trial experience in the High Court and international arbitration under institutional rules, including ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and SIAC.