Energy

We are Steer

Yes, you are in the right place. After 40 years, we have changed our name from Steer Davies Gleave to mark our growing international footprint and our expanding portfolio into sectors beyond transport.

Explore our new website to learn more about Steer: who we are, how we work and what our future holds.

Projects

Horizon Nuclear Power is seeking to construct a dual reactor nuclear power station at Wylfa on the Isle of Anglesey in north-west Wales. The construction of the scheme is a significant undertaking which will take approximately nine years and require up to 9,000 construction workers at peak and involve many thousands of HGV movements.

Our people

Adam has 14 years’ experience in transport planning for major development schemes in the UK and is an expert in construction logistics, transport assessment and Development Consent Orders.

Our people

Luis Javier leads our digital intelligence offer in Latin America. He is an expert in big data and digital platform development within the transport industry in Colombia.

Our people

Helen has approximately five years’ experience working in GIS analytics and cartography. She provides spatial analytics in the digital intelligence team, supporting company-wide GIS and map design needs.

Our people

David is a transport planning professional with 25 years’ experience as a transport planner and traffic engineer, delivering urban transport projects around the world.

Our people

Clare has 20 years’ experience in cartography and is an expert in producing different types of maps across all sectors.

Our people

At Steer, German is responsible for the delivery of the company strategy in Latin America and is a member of our executive management team. He has over 20 years’ experience in transport consulting, working extensively across Latin America.

Our people

Andrew has over 30 years’ consultancy experience in the passenger transport sector, specialising in mergers and acquisitions, commercial strategy, regulatory policy and investment analysis for both public and private sector clients.

News

The European Commission, through its Alternative Fuels Directive 2014/94/EU, is seeking to promote the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure to enable an increase in the uptake of alternative fuels vehicles and reduce Europe’s dependence on oil and oil related products.