Mark Rinkus

BSc CMILT Director

A bit about Mark

An accomplished PRINCE 2 certified Project Manager and Transport Planner with 26 years’ experience working with Scottish public sector clients and regional partnerships. Mark has led the Scottish Transport Team of Atkins, WYG and was Practice Lead for Stantec’s Community Development Team North and has benefited from previous employment with West Lothian and Falkirk Councils.

Mark has played a key role in the delivery of numerous community focused studies including George Street, Charlotte Square and Melville Crescent. Originally leading on the Roseburn to Leith Quiet Way Cycle Design (now CCWEL) which at the time it was one of the longest cycle route interventions. Mark is currently leading on D&GC Annan Active Toun and working with NairnBid to rebalance Nairn High Street to support walking and wheeling. With a background in Transport Economics and acute commercial awareness, Mark has acted as Director and Peer Reviewer / Quality Champion roles in preparing business cases for some of Scotland’s largest projects including the A9 Dualling, incorporating the principles of Transport Scotland STAG using evidence led transparent process.

Mark is currently working a diverse portfolio of development projects across Scotland where he works with design guidance, local and national policy to advise on Development Access Strategy. A driver, motorcyclist, keen cyclist and father of 3 boys, he provides a well-rounded road user experience