Mr Brian Madden
Brian joined the Board of Directors at NOHC on 23rd November 2022 and is a member of the Infrastructural Development Committee and the Health, Safety and Risk Committee.
He is a Chartered Engineer of distinction with significant experience in the public and private sectors. In a career spanning 40 years, he has evaluated, designed and overseen major infrastructural projects, including the Luas Cross City and the Pearse Station roof. He held prominent positions in Iarnród Éireann before becoming the Managing Director of Parsons Brinckerhoff Ireland in 2001. In 2006, Brian was appointed the Director of Bridges & Rail at O’Connor Sutton Cronin Consultant Engineers. He is a Fellow of the Engineers Ireland and a Fellow of the Association of Consulting Engineers. In addition, he is a member of the Institute of Directors and the Permanent Way Institution.
In 1981, Brian attained a Bachelor of Engineering Science from Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and a Diploma in Structural Engineering from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT). He subsequently received a Diploma in Highways and Geotechnics (TCD) in 1989, a Diploma in Computers for Engineers (TCD) in 1992, and a Diploma in International Selling from DIT in 2019. That same year, Brian’s work on the Luas Cross City project was recognised by an Irish Construction Excellence Award and a CECA Award. In addition, he received an ACEI Award for Excellence in Bridge Design for the Leamouth Bridge in 2019.
Despite retiring in 2022, Brian provides consultancy services and serves as a volunteer on the Kyrie Therapeutic Farm project.
He was appointed to the Board: on 23rd November 2022.
Sub-committees: Member of the Nominations Committee