James Dyer has 16 years’ experience in transportation planning and infrastructure development in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom and Pacific Islands. James has extensive multi-disciplinary project and team leadership experience across a range of transport projects and procurement models and has led the integrated delivery of projects at all stages of the project lifecycle from strategy through to implementation. James prides himself on “seeing the big picture” and being able to connect with clients, stakeholders and project teams to deliver optimised outcomes.
James has held the project lead and / or lead transport planner role on several significant projects. These include the Seapath Detailed Business Case, Supporting Growth Alliance – Southern Indicative Business Case, Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP), Sydney Metro S2B, Queens Wharf RWC 2011Upgrade, and Northern Corridor Improvements IBC. Each of these multi-modal projects in constrained physical corridors had significant internal and external stakeholder interest and expectation that needed to be appropriately managed.