Paul Boss is to be the new Chief Executive of the Road Surface Treatments Association.
He will take up his new position on July 1st with the association’s Rory O’Connor taking the role of Interim Chief Executive until then.
Mr Boss is currently Highways Asset Manager at Staffordshire CC and has over 30 years ‘ experience working in the highways sector.
After the appointment, he said: “These are challenging yet exciting times for the road surface maintenance industry and I am delighted to lead the RSTA’s team facing those challenges head-on. I believe it is possible to turn challenges into opportunities via increased dialogue with government and industry stakeholders, further supply chain collaboration with highway authorities and a strong emphasis on developing association services that improve the business environment of our members.”
Mr Boss is a chartered engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) and member of the Institute of Asset Management. He is also Vice Chair of the UK Asset Management Board and Chair of the Midland Service Improvement Group Asset Management Task Group.
He joined Amey in 2014 as part of the Staffordshire/Amey Infrastructure+ Strategic Highway Partnership and managed the teams responsible for the design of structural, preventative and structures schemes within the partnership.