CDM Smith

Employee NameCDM Smith
Profession:Others (please specify)
Profession - OthersPlanner
Years of ExperienceMore than 12 years
NationalityBritish
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Company ActivityIndustry
Date of Birth09/26/1983
Education Masters
Mobile number70942992
GenderFemale
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Sarah holds a Masters in Transport Planning and Engineering from the University of Salford, UK. Over a period of 13 years, Sarah has worked on a range of transport planning/engineering, travel demand management and sustainability projects through her time spent in the United Kingdom (with Capita Symonds Ltd), Australia (with Jacobs and RAC WA) and more recently the Middle East with WSP and where she is now presently employed by the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MOTC).
Sarah’s experience includes technical input and project management of transport and mobility plans, master plans, policy documentation, active travel assessments, development control, transport impact assessments, road corridor studies, public transport studies, feasibility studies, project management and assisting with stakeholder/community consultation. This experience has been within both private sector and public sector employment.
In her current role at the MOTC, Sarah is the technical reviewer for the Qatar Trip Generation and Parking Rates Manual, Package 1: Data collection of the Update of the Qatar Transportation Master Plan and Package 2: Assistance Consultancy Services.
In her role at WSP, Sarah was the Project Manager for the MOTC project of the Qatar Standards for Accessible Transport planning and design manual. Sarah also led the transport inputs required for the Ministry of Municipality and Environments Qatar Urban Design Compendium guidance document. Both projects provided exposure to numerous stakeholders and Ministry personnel. Sarah also led a ‘Future Cities’ initiative as part of the Transport and Infrastructure team at WSP, which complements her experience of working with autonomous vehicles, electric bike trials and sustainability.
During her time with RAC WA, Sarah led the route feasibility studies for Australia's Driverless Vehicle Bus trial, namely the Intellibus. Here she led the planning and analysis of finding a route that could allow the bus to operate in a low speed and pedestrian/vehicle safe environment, whilst accommodating the operational/technological needs of the vehicle. The trial is and continues to be a great success.
Sarah has also demonstrated success and experience in business development and long-term client relationships with developers and authorities alike, having previously undertaken a business development role with Jacobs Engineering. Prior to returning to the technical field of transport planning, Sarah held the role of Senior Inside Sales Coordinator for 2 years. Tasks included bid production and associated marketing activities, business development through pursuit planning and bid strategy and the production of documents for a range of clients, primarily within the Buildings & Infrastructure sector. Sarah also had the opportunity to manage the Client Services Team and provided coordination and leadership of the team through the bid process, making sure internal systems for commercial and risk review were adhered to.

Qatar ID number28382600889
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