Neil Coleman – Area Manager

Neil Coleman – Area Manager

What does your morning routine look like now? Get up, get washed and dressed.  Turn laptop on then make breakfast and a very, very large pot of coffee

Where is your home office? Kitchen table

What’s on the menu for lunch? I’ve started to become a bit more experimental during lockdown.  Last weeks consisted of a chicken tikka filled naan, a plate of antipasti and a Mexican burrito (not on the same day obviously)

What work are you currently involved in? I’m currently planning a couple of public realm schemes for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, assessing the transport impacts of two large urban extensions in Birmingham and assisting on some junction improvements in Sutton Coldfield

Best bit about remote working? There is no time limit and hassle of commuting.  I can plan my day better and work into the evening if I need to.  The fridge is also closer by.

Worst bit about remote working? The distractions.  These are weird times, and I also have to build into my day homeschooling and attending to a 6 year old.  Also, the fridge being so close.

What do you do for your one bit of exercise each day? We have a large woods next to where we live so I usually do a couple of laps which usually takes 45 minutes.

What is the first place you will go when lockdown is over? I feel like I should say here a nice day out with the family to a country park but it will probably be the pub.

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