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John Mead, Director, Davis Langdon
30 years of experience working at all levels within the construction sector, including on site as a trade contractor, in project management, policy development for the Construction Industry Council and with the Movement for Innovation (M4I). And for the last 8 years within construction consultancy specialising in supply chain management.
He is a Director at Davis Langdon, an AECOM Company and works within the Program Management team leading the supply chain management function for a number of clients, programs and projects.
John currently divides his time between the Supply Chain Management function for the Olympic Delivery Authority for the delivery of the infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. A project which until recently he led for over 3 years and the Crossrail programme where he is taking the strategy and implementation he developed and delivered for ODA and is now implementing on this program.
John has captured the learning from his previous roles including the success achieved for ODA and now being delivered for Crossrail, and has developed the Purchase and Supplier Engineering service which forms part of the Davis Langdon Program Management.

Stephen Gruneberg, Reader, University of Westminster
Visiting Fellow, Faculty of the Built Environment, Northumbria University, and Teaching Fellow, (Part-time), Development Planning Unit, Bartlett School, UCL.
Publications include: (2008) Construction and Property Markets in a Changing World Economy in Les Ruddock (ed) Economics for the Modern Built Environment, Taylor and Francis (2000) The Economics of the Modern Construction Sector, (with G Ive), Macmillan (2000)The Economics of the Modern Construction Firm, (with G Ive), Macmillan, (2000) The Building Industry and the Building Process. in Knox P., and Ozolins P., Design Professionals and the Built Environment, John Wiley, USA, (1997) Construction Economics; an introduction, Macmillan.