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Our people

Meet the people who ensure the day-to-day running of our Group.

Our Leadership Team at the Chevron Group sets the strategic and operational direction for the business. It provides the leadership required to ensure that the Group delivers on its strategic vision, continues to grow and upholds its position as the UK’s leading work-zone safety company.

 

Tim Cockayne, Chief Executive Officer

Tim Cockayne, Chief Executive Officer

Appointed to the Board in June 2011 whilst serving as Commercial Director and become Chief Executive Officer in April 2015. Tim joined Chevron Traffic Management in June 2010 and has over 20 years’ experience in critical infrastructure project management and bid management. Prior to joining Chevron, Tim held major project and commercial roles in the material and construction industries including at Hanson, Lafarge, Aggregate Industries and Foster Yeoman. He is currently a member of the Highways Sector Council which brings together industry and government to transform the highways sector. Tim graduated from the University of Leicester in 1999 with a BSc in Applied Geology.

Chris Woodroofe, Chief Operating Officer

Chris Woodroofe, Chief Operating Officer

Appointed to the Board in October 2021 as Group Chief Operating Officer. Chris is responsible for all aspects of the Chevron Group’s operational performance. He joined the Group from Gatwick Airport Ltd, where he was Chief Operating Officer. During his 14-year career at Gatwick, Chris held a number of senior positions and developed a reputation for delivering organisational change and performance improvement in complex and challenging environments. Prior to joining Gatwick, Chris entered Nestlé UK’s graduate scheme in 2000. Chris has a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, and in 2013 was awarded an MBA from the University of Warwick.

Matt Morphet, Chief Commercial Officer

Matt Morphet, Chief Commercial Officer

Appointed to the Board in January 2017 whilst serving as Service Director, Matt is Group Chief
Commercial Officer. He is responsible for the commercial performance of the Group, and joined
Chevron Traffic Management in 2006 as Commercial Manager. He has held a number of senior
leadership positions within the company including Chief Operating Officer from 2018, Service
Director from 2016, and National Commercial Manager for six years prior to this. Matt was
instrumental in leading the company through its ISO 44001 Collaborative Business Relationships
certification. Matt has over 25 years’ experience in the traffic management sector including at UK
Road Services Ltd as Commercial Director, and five years at Alfred McApline Traffic Management.

Matt Robinson ACMA, Chief Financial Officer

Matt Robinson FCMA, Chief Financial Officer

Appointed to the Board and joined Chevron in June 2020, Matt has extensive finance, business transformation and leadership experience and is responsible for all finance operations and reporting across the Group as well as IT, HR and property. Matt joined the company from The Oasis and Warehouse Group where he spent 13 years in a number of finance roles, most recently as Chief Financial Officer responsible for a £300m revenue business operating across 500 locations in 37 countries. Matt is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants®, and graduated from Lancaster University in 2003 with a BA in Accountancy and Finance.

Charlotte Jackson, General Counsel

Charlotte Jackson

Joined Chevron in June 2020 as General Counsel and Company Secretary. Charlotte has over 15 years’ in-house experience of corporate and commercial law advising businesses across a range of industries including construction, retail, media and technology having held positions at Karen Millen, Hearst and Toshiba. Prior to this, Charlotte was in private practice at Norton Rose Fullbright. Charlotte graduated from BPP Law School and was previously awarded an MA in International Relations from the University of St Andrews in 2002.