Meet The Team
Jamie Wood: Managing Director
The founding members of WPS in 2010, Civil Engineer Jamie has significant senior experience in a wide range of disciplines including value engineering, problem solving and troubleshooting, as well as emergency works. With a strong, high level railway sector background including roles with industry specialists such as Bam, Taylor Woodrow, Mesiser Dowty and London Undergroud, as Group Managing Director, Jamie is responsible for the strategic integration of WPS s divisions to maximise its multi-disciplinary capability, as well as core company development functions and marketing.
Mark Croxford: Operations Manager
Mark joined the WPS team in 2015, following a 25 year carrer with some of the most high profile UK companies, including Bam Nuttall, Birse and AF Budge, Marks brings experience of working on some of the UK’s largets rail infrastructure projects including Border Rail and the Neasden Depot Upgrade .With an exceptional track record in site and project management, Mark co-ordinates work across all three of the WPS divisions driving forward WPS’s comprehensive health and safety programme and the wellbeing of our outstanding labour force.
Andy Bishop: Commercial Manager:
Andy joined the WPS team in 2015 following a 25 year career with some of the most high profile UK companies in the industry, including Birse, Bam Nuttall, Vinci Construction, Keltbray, and PJ Careys. Andy has worked on some of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects including Crossrail, Neasden Depot Upgrade and Border Rail.
Andy’s responsibility is to oversee all of WPS’s commercial and contractual activities.
Paul Harding: Resource Manager:
With more than ten years’ experience in the rail industry, Paul joined WPS at its inception in 2010. Paul enjoys a varied role that spans from project scoping, planning and sourcing labour to new business development. A key part of Paul’s role is to supply WPS’s other divisions and work with the Division Managers to ensure that all client and internal labour requirements are met.