“I can not recommend highly enough getting Steve involved…”
Director Kuropatwa Ltd
“Steve is a harding working, knowledgeable and conscientious individual. He is well respected by his peers and is recognised as having sound engineering and managerial judgement.”
“It is comforting to know that Steve is part of the job. Steve is respected from engineer to director and client alike I have always found Steve to be extremely helpful.”
“I had the pleasure of working with Steve over several years at YJLi then AMCO on both bid management and project delivery. Steve has a tremendous eye for detail and a work ethic which is second to none.”
“Acting as Designated Project Engineer (DPE) for Network Rail asset protection teams on the Wessex and Anglia Routes I have worked with Steve King and the rail interface team on two schemes where there have been interfaces with the operational railway.
I consider Steve King and the rail interface team to be well informed of the requirements for construction of works which interface or have the potential to affect Network Rail assets. It is my experience that they understand fully the permanent works, temporary works and design requirements for monitoring of key assets.
They will produce a realistic timetable for the delivery of design documentation and construction method statements, while allowing sufficient time for their own and Network Rail’s review period. I am comfortable that Steve King (acting as Contractors Engineering Manager) will review and check all documentation prior to submission to Network Rail – which will smooth the review and acceptance process.
The high quality of submissions received ensures that they avoid site delays through inadequate documentation.”
“I can not recommend highly enough getting Steve involved if you have a site neighbouring a Network Rail asset.
The process is incredibly complicated and Steve is a true expert and an enormous asset.
My only regret is that we did not find Steve sooner in the process as he has been invaluable in keeping our project on track (excuse the pun).”