Nationwide Data Collection (NDC) staff are extremely experienced in all aspects of data collection and processing. All our senior staff have a minimum of 15 years experience in transportation data collection, the experience was gained from employment with other data collection companies or mainstream traffic and transportation consultants. We always ensure that we have a sound understanding of our clients requirements and where possible the end use of the data prior to providing a quotation for work.
Gerard O’Regan, Managing Director
As Managing Director of NDC, Gerard has ultimate responsibility for all surveys undertaken in the UK and Ireland. Gerard was previously a senior director of Count On Us (1995-2007) where he was responsible for the development of offices in the Midlands, Scotland and Ireland. Prior to joining Count On Us Gerard was Company Survey Manager for Faber Maunsell, now trading as AECOM (1984-1995) where he gained a wealth of survey project management experience both in the UK and overseas. Gerard is a member of the Institution of Works and Highways Management and a member of the Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers.
Paul Murray, Director, NDC Ireland
As a Director of NDC, Paul has direct responsibility for their operation in Ireland. Paul previously worked for Project Centre Limited (1992 – 2001), a London based consultancy specialising in Traffic & Parking, Streetscape and Highways Design where he had been Director of Parking gaining a wealth of project management experience. Most recently he was Regional Director for Count On Us which he joined in 2001 to establish their office in Ireland. Paul is a member of The Institute of Highways and Transportation, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (Ireland & UK) and Association of Project Managers (Ireland & UK).
Keith Shorter, Director, NDC Northern office
Keith is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 25 years relevant experience within the transportation and data collection sector. Keith has previously worked for Leeds City Council (5 years) plus Babtie Group Consultants (10 years) as a technical director and most recently as Regional Manager for Count On Us (8 years) where he was responsible for the development of the Northern office. Keith has in-depth experience of all traffic data collection techniques and is able to apply his experience to finding appropriate and cost effective solutions to any type of traffic survey.
Rhod Jones, Regional Manager, NDC Midlands office
Rhod Jones has undertaken traffic data collection of every description since 1999. Rhod’s previous experience includes the logistical planning of all fieldwork survey activities. This includes the recruitment and training of temporary staff, survey design, implementation and supervision. Rhod is experienced in the use of electronic data capture techniques and their applications to traffic count surveys, roadside interview surveys, vehicle registration plate surveys and public transport surveys.
Damien Wilson Pulley, Regional Manager, NDC London office
Damien has responsibility for surveys undertaken in London and the South East. Damien has 20 years experience during which he has gained an in-depth knowledge across all survey types. Damien began his career as Survey Manager at TecNecon (1993-1996) before joining Colin Buchanan & Partners with responsibility for developing a traffic survey capability which he successfully managed for 12 years (1996-2008). Damien then moved on to become Technical Manager at Vincent Knight Transport Research (2008-2012) successfully delivering major data collection projects in the London region. Damien is an associate member of the Market Research Society.
Jamie Faulds, Regional Manager, NDC Scotland office
Jamie has responsibility for the management of our office in Scotland. Jamie has extensive experience covering a wide variety of roles relating to traffic data collection, this includes data analysis (7 years), survey management (3 years) and more recently the Regional Manager for Scotland. Jamie has successfully undertaken thousands of surveys ranging from small manual counts to large complex multi task surveys.