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Martin Vallance has joined CPMS Infrastructure as its newly appointed Head of Asset Management.
Martin is joining the CPMS Infrastructure team to lead the Enterprise Asset Management function during an exciting period of rapid growth for the Group.
Prior to joining CPMS, Martin was Head of Digital Asset Management for Atkins in the Middle East (2017-2020) where he developed a new team and significantly increased the revenue of the business unit. Working across the UAE and Saudi Arabia for 3 years, Martin led Digital Asset Management initiatives across multiple sectors including Aviation, Water De-salination, Entertainment and Cultural infrastructure, Commercial and Residential buildings.
Prior to moving to the Middle East, Martin led the development of Decision Support Tools for Track, Operational Property and Signalling in the Network Rail ORBIS Programme.
Martin is a member of the Institute of Asset Management and is passionate around leveraging data and analytics to help organisations improve how they manage their infrastructure assets.
Of his new appointment, Martin said: “I couldn’t be more excited to join CPMS as their Head of Enterprise Asset Management. I have been blown away by the energy and talent I have seen in the company. It is unlike any business I have worked with before. I look forward to continuing to grow the enthusiastic and expert team, working with clients to help them achieve their Asset Management and analytics goals. At its heart, Enterprise Asset Management seeks to answer three very simple questions, what assets does an organisation have, where are those assets and what condition those assets are in? By harnessing pertinent data, we help our clients improve their Asset Management through the assets whole-life cycle.”
Damien Gent, Managing Director of CPMS Infrastructure said: “Martin is a great asset to the CPMS Group and, in particular, CPMS Infrastructure. His exceptional technical skills, experience and knowledge strengthens our capabilities to offer value for money innovative Asset Management solutions to our clients and his ‘can do’ approach, professionalism and drive for success perfectly aligns with our company values.”
CPMS was established in 2012 as a specialist business in project management and quickly thereafter became a lead supplier in this field. In the last 8 years, CPMS developed into CPMS Group, CPMS Consulting and CPMS Infrastructure, growing into a multi discipline business offering professional services in seven areas ranging from Enterprise Asset Management, Commercial, Programme and Project Management, Engineering and Construction, Design, through to Project Controls and Governance along with Safety, Assurance, Sustainability and Environment,
CPMS prides itself on working collaboratively with each customer, providing specialist expertise and ongoing support throughout each phase of the project life cycle, thus delivering efficient and cost-effective outcomes.
CPMS is, at its core, a people business where employees are recognised as crucial and integral to the success of the business. The company takes time to understand, support and develop each person within the team, fostering equality, diversity and inclusion throughout each grade and role. In doing so, CPMS openly champions gender balance, equality, diversity and inclusion and is proud to boost a fully diverse workforce, including 42% female, 22% BAME and 3% LGBTQ+ throughout the organisation.
This article first appeared on www.railbusinessdaily.com
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