Every one of our contracts across the UK is different. We appreciate the uniqueness of all our clients and recognise that a "one size fits all" approach does not meet their needs. We pride ourselves on being agile and flexible to ensure a bespoke solution is delivered and this is reflected in the diverse range of jobs you can expect at Ringway. Meet some our people who can give you some real insight into being a key part of Ringway life.
Rebecca Mastrogiannis, Environment and Sustainability Manager
Every day is different at Hounslow Highways and there are always new challenges to overcome, but I am lucky enough to manage an energetic team who are flexible and willing to get stuck in! My work is varied and involves managing the street tree asset, highways grounds maintenance, environmental enforcement and behaviour change. I am also responsible for sustainability and improving environmental performance. One of the most interesting parts of my job is educating residents to support change – I like working with people and trying out new ideas. I have also been given the opportunity to work with Heathrow airport and Keep Britain Tidy on initiatives to improve the street scene around the airport.
Jason Boulter, Project Manager
Selected for the scholarship programme in 2010 during my Master's degree in Civil Engineering, I started my career as a Trainee Engineer on a placement year and was given the right balance of support and responsibility to start my initial professional development.
Upon graduation I undertook roles across the business and then joined the construction team on the Isle of Wight.
The breadth and depth of experience I gained on both the scholarship and graduate programmes gave me the knowledge and confidence to successfully gain my professional qualification with the Institution of Civil Engineers as a Chartered Engineer, which I'm extremely proud of and grateful to the business for supporting me.
In my current role as Project Manager on the Isle of Wight PFI contract, as part of a dedicated team, I am responsible for upgrading and maintaining the network of highway structures on the Isle of Wight.
Aashika Jameson, IMS Co-ordinator
One of my main tasks is co-ordinating training for Milton Keynes and Stilton depots. This involves liaising with local managers, supervisors and the central training team to ensure the operational staff have the required training to complete their jobs safely.
I also work with our local H&S advisor on several tasks over the course of the year. This includes Legal Compliance and Aspects and Impacts Analysis. Legal Compliance involves reviewing the activities we undertake and ensuring we are complying with the relevant laws. Aspects and Impacts Analysis involves breaking down each part of our activities and identifying how those activities impact on our environment. Processes and actions we take to reduce those impacts are also documented.
I liaise with local managers to document our local processes. This comprises of mapping those processes and producing the supporting text. Process maps and supporting documents are reviewed annually to ensure they stay current.
Colin Seager, Route Supervisor
My area is a large part of the South Network covering the A30 and A38 which consists of Single and Duel Carriageways.
As a Supervisor my day is never the same and I regularly meet different challenges to overcome which I enjoy.
The most important thing for Ringway and myself is Health and Safety of our workforce and the people that travel our network every day.
A part of this is to establish training needs of all our Operatives, maintain their highly skilled levels and to develop our new recruits to a high standard.
All of Ringway line managers are always available and all have a "can do" attitude which makes my role as a Supervisor a lot easier.
I have worked for many Highway Maintenance Contracts and Ringway is certainly one of the best and I would not hesitate recommending them to anyone considering making a career with them.