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Simon O'Hana

Melbourne, Australia

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  • Comment on: Grenfell Tower fire | What now for regulations?

    Simon O'Hana's comment 21 June, 2017 1:30 am

    In all the professional commentary I've read so far there has been no mention of how useful the CDM regulations ought to have been in avoiding this disaster. A review of the design hazard logs and risk assessments should be carried out to see if this scenario was even contemplated.

  • Comment on: Comment | Fragmented rail industry is unable to deliver

    Simon O'Hana's comment 29 June, 2015 0:30 am

    This was my comment on the guardian's website when i read the news:
    "You try spending £640 million a month on complex infrastructure projects. It's impossible. Even £6 million a month is going some and the Government was asking us to believe that Network Rail could procure work at one hundred times that rate? This was a cynical plan to fail thrust on Network Rail managers who should have known better and blown the whistle at the very outset. Now the nasty party can hide behind protestations of management ineptitude with impunity and not spend anywhere near the original figure, always their intent from the beginning."

  • Comment on: EXCLUSIVE | Bouygues lands Thames Garden Bridge project

    Simon O'Hana's comment 28 April, 2015 6:45 am

    can you imagine a british contractor being awarded a contract to build a bridge across the seine? no? i wonder why...

  • Comment on: Halcrow to be bought by US programme management giant CH2M Hill

    Simon O'Hana's comment 29 September, 2011 11:39 pm

    Another famous british consultant disappears into history, along with Sir Alexander Gibb, Guy Maunsell and many others. This cannot be good for the industry, can it?