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Network Rail trio join SLC Rail

SLC Rail has appointed three new senior executives to its Midlands-based team.

Nathan Campsall, Paul Fountaine and Ian Chambers – all of who join from Network Rail – will enhance the company’s project management capability and bring with them a wealth of experience from the sector.

Nathan Campsall was previously London North Western Route delivery director. In his new role, Nathan will direct project delivery teams across the business, work on existing frameworks across the Midlands and oversee the development of SLC business in the West and South.

Paul Fountaine, who led Network Rail’s Infrastructure Projects engineering capability team, will manage the project development team, overseeing the company’s expansion in the North.

Having led the Western Route’s Integration of HS2, Ian Chambers will now oversee the expansion of SLC’s consultancy business.

Ian Walters, managing director of SLC, said: “I am delighted to welcome Nathan, Paul and Ian to our growing organisation.  Their appointment will provide the solid senior level team foundations we need to continue to ensure we offer an excellent product to our current Midlands base as we start to branch out into other parts of the country.

“They bring a breadth and depth of industry experience, that will complement and support our existing team, as well as providing greater strategic oversight on our projects and consulting commissions.

“As we continue to build on our reputation for being a goal-driven organisation, that seeks to push the boundaries of innovation and efficiency in the industry we love, it is critical that all our teams have strong leaders with similar values. And we have exactly that in Nathan, Paul and Ian joining the business.”


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