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D2 Rail Appoint Civils Planning Manager

We are pleased to welcome John Flight to the D2 Rail team.  He has joined us in the position of Civils Planning Manager.

John will work out of the Water Street Office in Manchester as required and will supporting be our John Taylor and the Alliance construction team in respect of the Civils planning on the Transpennine West of Leeds Project. John will report to Project Controls Director, Simon Blair.

John joins us from Skanska where he worked for 33 years on Major Civil Engineering Schemes throughout the UK and also in Portugal.

Latterly John worked as Planning Manager for the Civils team on the Ordsall Chord as part of the Northern Hub Project.

John has a few hobbies and interests including, Photography, Painting, Rugby, Formula 1 and of course spending time with family and friends.

John can be contacted on 07976 518942 or by email john.flight@d2rail.co.uk

We welcome John to the D2 Rail family.

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