Infrastructure Matters is a consulting business that focuses on the early stages of major public and private infrastructure projects.
We add value to our clients by anticipating and managing political and stakeholder risks.
Our focus is to bring clarity to key political challenges, many of which we find in the engineering world. We work with our clients to find smart solutions to these problems, and help deliver the infrastructure and related services that will shape our future.
Our strengths are rooted in our ability to thrive in complex environments, our political instincts and our capacity to build relationships.
Our mission is to play a defining role in transformational projects that change the way we access services, move around and connect with each other.
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O’Donnell DirectorDom began his career as a parliamentary aide to an MP and former minister. Since then he has developed a particular expertise in helping clients to navigate complex and controversial issues across the transport, energy and infrastructure sectors. Dom created Infrastructure Matters with a specific purpose in mind: to help public and private sector organisations manage political and stakeholder risks during the early stages of major infrastructure schemes.
Gardner Senior ManagerSarah’s experience spans both infrastructure and corporate communications. She combines skills in stakeholder engagement, communications marketing and issues management. She previously worked with the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources in Melbourne where she developed and implemented communications strategies for new transport projects.
Morrison AssociateAlex previously worked at Transport for London (TfL) as a communications, consultation and engagement lead in which he planned and delivered consultation strategies, marketing material, analysis and reports for transport infrastructure projects, including TfL’s Cycle Superhighway Programme. This involved engaging with politicians, borough officers, statutory bodies, businesses and the wider public, to build understanding and support, and mitigate risks.
Ford Video Journalist ConsultantTamasin is a multimedia journalist with more than sixteen years' experience spanning television, radio and print reporting. She films and edits all her material and is able to bring difficult subjects to life by giving them a unique human angle. During her career, Tamasin has reported from the UK, Europe and Africa for the BBC, America’s National Public Radio, the Guardian newspaper, France 24 and CNN.
Howlett AssociateKevin has led public affairs and strategic communications teams in the public and private sectors, running campaigns on complex and controversial projects for energy, regeneration, and infrastructure clients. Kevin has been an adviser to a former shadow transport minister, and has worked in some of England’s most high profile local authorities. He is a fluent Spanish speaker, and splits his time between the UK and Latin America.
Whitelock Research AnalystJennifer is a politics and current affairs junky. Employing her forensic eye for detail, Jennifer worked for 10 years at the Law Society, investigating solicitors, and then for a major law firm, in compliance. After leaving London, Jennifer managed a successful Surrey based property firm. However, Jennifer’s heart has always remained in politics, and she joined Infrastructure Matters to develop and run our intelligence function.
Boyanton Designer & AnimatorBrooke is a Full Stack Digital and Print Creative with over 18 years' experience. Being a multimedia designer she is skilled and has worked in a range of creative disciplines including illustration, animation, video editing, UX/UI, front-end development, email, branding, direct mail and global campaigns. Brooke enjoys learning and working with new media and technology, discovering interesting and innovative ways to engage target audiences.
Thomas AssociateDennis has over 16 years’ experience in delivering multi-channel communications. In his most recent role as Compliance and Delivery Manager at Transport for London (TfL) he was responsible for the overall consultation and engagement delivery program of all TfL projects. He also set up their in-house consultation analysis team.
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