Raildiary has announced the appointment of Nick Woodrow as Operations Director.
Nick was most recently Chief Operations Officer (COO) of CEMAR, a construction technology business that he joined in 2014 and helped grow to be the market leading contract management system resulting in acquisition by thinkproject in 2018. Nick continued in the role of COO thinkproject UK before leaving in early 2020 to spend more time with his young family and pursue other opportunities.
Prior to working at CEMAR, Nick enjoyed a successful career in the UK and Australian construction industry working for several top tier contractors and engineering consultancies. Nick is a Chartered Civil Engineer and brings significant industry expertise, along with direct knowledge of construction technology, at an exciting time in Raildiary’s growth in the UK rail sector.
Raildiary CEO, Will Doyle, said of the appointment: “I am delighted that Nick has joined us as Operations Director. The combination of his industry knowledge and experience supporting the growth of a similar construction technology business will be invaluable.
“Raildiary is focused on facilitating digital transformation in the UK rail industry, allowing users to do in seconds what currently takes hours, days and weeks. Nick’s appointment will accelerate our ability to build long term relationships with UK rail asset owners and contractors whilst reinforcing our foundation for future growth.”
Nick Woodrow said of his appointment: “I am excited to be given the opportunity to join Raildiary and get back into the industry as it continues to evolve, adapt and adopt digital technologies across the project lifecycle.
“Raildiary is uniquely positioned to deliver a huge productivity boost to the UK rail industry eliminating paper, email and spreadsheet processes whilst giving rail professionals a better work life balance. I look forward to supporting the whole team in achieving our vision to be the market leader in the capture and analysis of site data in the UK rail industry.”
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