Martin Lamb

Managing Director of Maple Consulting
Martin has over 20 years of experience in research and development, consultancy and contracting. He has a track record of project and programme management in a variety of fields, including high value European projects with multiple partners from different countries.  

In 2015, Martin Established Maple Consulting as a specialist consultancy focussing on innovation in transport systems and infrastructure, sustainability, resource efficiency and adaptation to extreme weather events. 

Martin has authored research strategies and innovation roadmaps in these fields and has senior levelrelationships worldwide with universities, research institutes, consultants, contractors and government ministries.

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Building Back Better: Business Opportunities for Public Transport

During the past few months, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, public transport use has plummeted 90%. It is estimated that use will continue to remain below pre-COVID levels for some time to come due to lockdown restrictions still easing slowly. However, this figure...

Urgency of Reductions in Carbon Emissions from Transport.

In a recent article for Thinking Highways, ITEN members Helen Viner, Vijay Ramdas, Prof. Alan Stevens, Martin Lamb and Iain Knight discuss the urgency of reductions in carbon emissions from transport and the complexities involved in reducing transport energy...

Gamechanger – How COVID-19 Might Change Transport Forever

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced us all into lockdown, traffic numbers showed a sharp decline. Traffic use dropped 75% around the world with the positive outcome of air pollution levels reducing dramatically. Much of this is down to the increasing number of those...

The Value of Automation in Construction Plant

When the topic of automated vehicles arises, you would be forgiven for thinking of our day to day cars with automatic features, perhaps automated truck convoys and at a push, low-speed autonomous delivery pods being trialled for delivery services in urban areas. The...

The Need for Change in the Construction Industry

In an article for Constructing Excellence in Wales, ITEN member Martin Lamb explore the notion that if the construction industry treated their staff and supply chain better, they would see multiple benefits in productivity, employee satisfaction and bottom line. 

The Reality of Delivering Positive Energy Roads

Is renewable energy from within the road authority estate now a feasible option? ITEN members, Martin Lamb, Helen Viner, Bill McMahon and Vijay Ramdas recently addressed the reality of Positive Energy Roads in a project for the World Road Association (PIARC)

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