Siemens Appoints Steve Creighton Delivery Director, Central East

Posted by Barry Pearson on April 7, 2015  |   Comments Off on Siemens Appoints Steve Creighton Delivery Director, Central East

Siemens Rail Automation has appointed Steve Creighton to the position of Delivery Director, Central East with immediate effect.

Based in York, Steve will take overall responsibility for the company’s portfolio of projects delivered from the Central East region, ensuring they are delivered on time, safely and efficiently.

Steve joined Siemens in March 2014 as Programme Director for the region, leading the company’s project management and planning community.

Commenting on the appointment, Siemens Director Delivery, Rob Morris said: “I am delighted to welcome Steve to this new role. He brings a wealth of project portfolio management expertise, together with general management experience gained from organisations such as Thales.

“Working with a skilled and committed team, Steve will now take overall responsibility for a range of projects we are currently delivering, including Sheffield Re-control, Great Northern Great Eastern (GNGE), North Lincolnshire Resignalling and Brigg Resignalling.”

Siemens Rail Automation is a global leader in the design, supply, installation and commissioning of track-side and train-borne signalling and train control solutions. Its portfolio includes train control, interlocking systems, operations control systems, components, track vacancy detection, level-crossing protection, rail communications, and cargo automation for both passenger and freight rail operators.

Siemens Rail Automation employs over 9,500 people across a network of offices worldwide. In the UK, 1,650 employees operate from offices in Chippenham, London, Croydon, Poole, Birmingham, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Manchester, York, Glasgow and Newport, delivering both mainline and mass transit programmes. For more information, visit