This 1-hour webinar will see key figures address the topic of using better Procurement to deliver net zero highways.
The webinar will start at 13:00 and will consist of a 45-minutes worth of presentations. There will then be a 15-minute Q&A session with the speakers who will be joined by Scott Wardrop, Ringway's Chief Executive, to answer all your burning questions.
The webinar is free to CIHT members and we are offering CIHT partners and non-members an early bird discount rate of 50% off tickets if registered before 30th September.
|Ticket Prices (Inc. VAT)|
|Partner Emploee Ticket (early bird)||£ 5.00|
|Non Member Ticket (early bird)||£ 12.50|
The commercial and procurement strategies of asset owner will be one of the most important enablers – or blockers – for delivering a Net Zero highways network.
This webinar will explore what good looks like from the perspective of clients in different parts of the UK. It will also include a panel discussion with clients and senior representatives of the Highways supply chain to explore how these and other approaches can support more effective collaboration around Net Zero goals.
Matt is a civil servant for the Welsh Government covering transport policy and delivery.
With a background in consultancy, he’s a Chartered Civil Engineer and former Chair of ICE Wales Cymru.
Matt is responsible for implementation of the Lord Burns recommendations for South East Wales and the current roads review.
Matt will talk on the policy context of roads and how he sees that translating into what we procure and deliver on roads over the coming decades. He will cover how this will meet the decarbonisation challenge, whilst being done in an affordable and equitable manner.
With over 34 years’ experience in the construction industry covering various engineering and management roles in highway infrastructure services, civil engineering, and specialist contracting, Scott is widely respected and recognised for his experience within the highway sector.
In his role as Chief Executive, he leads Ringway's UK businesses, covering highways maintenance, design, construction, materials production, research and development and consultancy.
Scott is particularly passionate about the health, safety and environment of all those involved in highway works in addition to the community and economic benefits that investment in highway infrastructure provides. He is particularly keen to champion a step change in working processes, leading best practice in safety, innovation, inclusion and sustainability – as a founder member of the Highway Sector Council he is part of shaping the business case for investment in our highway networks to meet future community needs and climate challenges.