Anita Lidbury
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Anita Lidbury

Senior Associate at Shirley Parsons Project Services

Over Anita

​Anita McReynolds-Lidbury is a consummate quality professional dedicating the last 20 years of her esteemed career as a Subject Matter Expert advocating for corporate-level quality programs for Federally Funded transit projects valuing $1 Billion or greater. Anita has lent her experience in quality to the Federal Transit Administration as a Project Management Oversight Consultant and as a quality consultant for contractors and various transit agencies across the United States. 

Anita was most recently the Director of Quality for Austin Transit Partnership - formed under a joint-powers agreement – between the local transit agency and the City of Austin, TX - working wonders by bringing the experiences in her years of cultivating Quality Programs from conception, development and the nearly impossible task of implementation to an estimated $10 Billion Program including Light Rail Transit, Bus Rapid Transit, Vehicle Procurement, and Combined Maintenance Facility Construction.

In addition to standing up Quality Programs all over the United States, Anita is certified by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) as a Certified Manager of Quality for Organizational Excellence and as a Certified Quality Auditor, she is a current Executive Board Member and Past-Chair for Design & Construction Quality for ASQ. She’s also internationally certified as a Lead ISO Auditor and an ISO Registrar for Quality Programs and is a co-author of the Federal Transit Administration’s Quality Management System Guidelines for 2012 and 2019. Anita is happily married to her husband, John and has 2 sons, and 1 daughter. She enjoys traveling, good food, putting miles on a Harley and fashionable shoes. She speaks fluent Sarcasm and bleeds quality principles all over the quality plans she’s asked to review for the betterment of our transit systems and our world.

Site Manager

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Job Title: Danish-Speaking Site Manager – Power Infrastructure Project to Datacentre on ZealandPosition Type: Full-time, Contract (12-16 months duration)Location: Roskilde / Høje Tåstrup area, Zealand, DenmarkStart Date: 1st January or FebruaryWork Hours: 37-48 hours per week, 5 days a week, Monday-Friday.Position Overview: As a Site Manager, you will lead the power infrastructure project to a datacenter on Zealand. Your responsibilities will include site planning, monitoring, stakeholder management, health, safety, and environmental compliance, material handling, subcontractor management, site cost management, and overall site management.Key Responsibilities: Site Planning: Develop and execute comprehensive plans for the successful implementation of the power infrastructure project.Site Monitoring and Status Reporting: Regularly monitor project progress, identify potential issues, and provide detailed status reports.Stakeholder Relationships: Build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders to ensure project alignment with expectations.Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE): Implement and enforce HSE protocols to guarantee a safe and environmentally friendly work site.Material Handling: Oversee the efficient handling and usage of materials required for the project.Subcontractor Management: Coordinate with subcontractors, ensuring their compliance with project timelines and quality standards.Site Cost Management: Manage project costs within budgetary constraints, identifying and addressing cost variances.Site Management: Oversee day-to-day operations on the site, ensuring smooth execution and problem-solving. Qualifications: Team player with a positive and proactive mindset.Strong communication skills with a self-motivated, structured, and analytical approach.Background in Master Engineering, Power Technology, or relevant technical education.Previous experience in similar managerial positions.Thrives in a high-activity environment.Proficient in both written and spoken Danish and English.

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Associate Director HSEQ

£80k - 105k per year


The Health & Safety Lead will be responsible for interfacing with all Partners on health and safety matters for projects within the Construction programme, reporting to the Head of Environment, Safety, Heath, Quality and Wellbeing. Your responsibilities will include: Lead a team of Health & Safety Managers aligned to each of the projects. Work with peers in other disciplines, and Partners, to ensure creation of coherent and integrated polices and systems in line with the Target Operating Model for the programme.Participate in leading, creating, maintaining, and improving health, safety, and wellbeing in relation to site activities.Lead, create, develop, and maintain the Health & Safety Management Plan, Safety Management documents, plan and implement H&S campaigns and organise H&S audits.   Maintain and develop continuous improvement of Partners, third party stakeholders, and Client health & safety systems, policies, procedures, and work instructions, to improve efficiency, meet developing organisational requirements and appropriate internal, external, and regulatory standards.Influence multi-disciplinary project teams on health and safety issues relating to concept design, pre-construction planning, decommissioning & project evolution.Develop timely project-based health and safety risk profiles to direct risk-based inspection and other assurance activities as may be necessary. To apply, you must have chartered status and appropriate professional memberships. CMIOSH or equivalent or working towards. NEBOSH HSE Diploma or European equivalent. You have significant understanding of HSE and the legislation and experience relevant to working within a Residential/commercial build environment. You are digitally savvy, can build lasting client relationships and lead strong, motivated teams. You will have a construction or project management background and be hungry to grow your career and enjoy the opportunities the client has to offer.

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