Glasgow City Council
Head of Infrastructure & Environment
Andy is Head of Infrastructure and Environment, with Glasgow City Council, the largest local authority in Scotland.
In his current role, he is responsible for Roads and Transport services, Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Scientific Services, with a combined expenditure budget in excess of £79 million.
Andy is now enjoying his second spell in local government, having previously worked throughout the UK in civil engineering contracting. Since returning to Glasgow in 2008, he has played an instrumental role in the delivery of some of the Council’s major service reforms.
Andy was heavily involved in the Council’s contribution to the delivery of the best ever Commonwealth Games held in summer 2014, chairing a group responsible for ensuring the readiness of the City during the Games and is currently involved in the design and delivery of the Glasgow City Region City Deal.
Andy is also a Vice Chair of the Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland.
When not ferrying his teenage daughters around, Andy is a sports enthusiast, still playing football, cycling, climbing and following his beloved Kilmarnock Football Club.