Mairi Johnson is a built environment professional with extensive experience of both the client and supply side of transformation projects.
She has worked at senior level in the public and private sectors in roles that have ranged from policy and strategy to programme management and project delivery. Her career began as an architect and has included time as Director of Enabling at the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, Head of School Design for the Department for Education and Global Lead for the Education Sector at AECOM. More recently she was a member of UCL’s Estates Division, part of the team realising the university’s £1.5B capital programme to transform its estate.
She is now Director of Major Projects at National Museums Liverpool, a diverse organisation with big ambitions to develop its estate of over 20 buildings for the benefit of visitors and the Liverpool City Region