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Ian Bridges is president of IRSE


Ian Bridges, professional head of signalling and engineering director at Balfour Beatty, has been appointed the 97th President of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE).

With over 43 years of experience in the rail industry, Ian has spent time as professional head of signalling at Atkins, head of signalling at Parsons Brinckerhoff (now WSP) and engineering director at Signalling Solutions (now Alstom).

Ian has also long been a supporter of the IRSE, attending conferences all over the world and being a regular contributor to its house magazine.

Saying his appointment was “an immensely proud moment for me”, Ian delivered his presidential address online, due to the current COVID restrictions.


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