Stuart Doughty has over forty years of experience in the sphere of Civil Engineering, and has occupied during that time senior management positions in a number of major construction companies - including John Laing, Tarmac Construction and Alfred McAlpine plc - with responsibility relating to such major projects as the Channel Tunnel, the Conway Crossing, the M1 Motorway widening and the rebuild of Birmingham Airport.
His most recent substantive role, held until 2005, was as Chief Executive of Costain plc, a company operating in the Heavy Civil Engineering, Petrochemical and Building sectors, and he has, both before and since, chaired several companies concerned with construction and manufacturing.
He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of both the Institutions of Civil and Highway Engineers. His expertise and distinction were most notably recognised in 2005, when he was made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) for services to international trade and investment. He has also, for the last twelve years, served as an active and enthusiastic governor of the King’s School, Worcester.
Stuart is the Chair of the Finance and Major Projects Committee