Laurence implemented the first European application of quantitative project risk
analysis in 1974, working collaboratively with Vosper Thornycroft on the Hunt class
minesweeper project for the Royal Navy. He went on to co-found Euro Log in 1975,
the first European professional services organisation dedicated to offering formalised
project risk management support. Laurence holds a B.Sc. in Naval Architecture and
Marine Engineering and is responsible for Euro Log’s strategic planning and corporate
Philip Rawlings - Technical Director
Philip has been with the company since 1977 and has managed numerous consulting assignments
across a wide variety of industries as well as being responsible for proprietary
software development for projects and logistics simulation. He is a past chairman
of the Association for Project Management’s Special Interest Group in risk. He holds
a B.Sc. In Chemical Engineering and is responsible for the continuing development
of Euro Log’s risk management expertise.
Michael Johnston - Director, Business Development
Michael has been providing front-line risk management consultancy to the oil and
gas, defence, electricity and steel industries for 17 years. He has also been responsible
for providing authoritative risk guidance and training across the UK MoD equipment
procurement programmes. Prior to joining Euro Log he managed the Business Assurance
Group at HVR Consulting. He is a chartered engineer and holds a masters degree in
Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He is responsible for the business development
functions of the company.
Robert Churchill - Director, Operations
Robert is a highly skilled risk management consultant and project manager. He has
significant experience in the oil and gas, rail and defence sectors, and has worked
a number of secondments with clients. Prior to joining Euro Log in 2001 he worked
with Schlumberger as an Oilfield Services Engineer and Manager. He was also an officer
in the British Army, serving tours in both Northern Ireland and Germany. He is responsible
for the coordination and control of Euro Log operations.
Graham Greengrass - Director
Graham has three decades of experience in project appraisal and project management.
He has specialised in the application of Risk Management for evaluation of project
alternatives, strategic planning and for the monitoring and control of technical,
schedule, resource and budget risks during the execution of development work. Graham
is a chartered engineer and holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, and is responsible
for the financial operations of the company.