CCC Seminar: Reducing Carbon In Infrastructure Construction  

CCC Seminar:
REDUCING CARBON IN INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION   

November 10, 2016

Organised by the Construction Climate Challenge 
in partnership with the Green Construction Board (GCB)

See Seminar presentations and videos here  

 

Agenda

09.00

Registration & Coffee

09.50

Welcome  – Bill Law, Senior Vice President Corporate Communications, Volvo Construction Equipment

Purpose of the Day – Dr Paul Toyne (bio)

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Paul Toyne

10.00

 “The Challenges of Reducing Carbon in Construction”

Keynote Speech –  Mike Putnam (bio), Chair Green Construction Board, President & CEO Skanska UK

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Mike Putnam

 

Keynote Speech – “Reduce Carbon, Reduce Cost”Chris Newsome (bio), Chair Green Construction Board Infrastructure Working Group, Director of Asset Management, Anglian Water

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Chris Newsome

 

10.50

Break

11.20

Where is the carbon in construction? – Tim Chapman (bio), Arup/ Jannik Giesekam (bio), Leeds University

“Tools & Guidance to Achieve Carbon Reduction”

PAS2080 Carbon Management in InfrastructureMaria Manidaki (bio),Technical Author PAS2080, Mott MacDonald

BIM  Guy Hammersley, Group Director for BIM, BRE

BREEAM & CEEQUAL – Chris Broadbent (bio), Group Director for Infrastructure, BRE

12.45

Lunch

13.30

Roundtable discussion: “Clients’ Expectations of the Supply Chain”

– Mike de Silva (bio), Sustainability Manager, Crossrail

– Mark Fenton (bio), Climate Change Specialist (Carbon), HS2

– Keith Waller (bio), Senior Advisor, Infrastructure & Projects Authority

– Katherine Ibbotson (bio), Carbon Planning Manager, Environment Agency

 

“Innovation & Supply Chain Developments”

 – Cement & asphalt – Andy Spencer, (bio) Director – Sustainability, Security & Energy, Cemex UK

 – Steel – Magnus Hammick, Chief Innovation Officer, Simec

 – Thermoplastic solutions – Mark Hughes (bio), Managing Director, Polypipe

14.45

Break

15.05

 “Innovation & Supply Chain Developments” (cont.)

– Reducing vehicle & machine emissions – Jenny Elfsberg (bio), Director of Emerging Technologies, Volvo  Construction Equipment

 – Site efficiency -modeling, simulation & machine control – Andrew McCann, Business Development Manager, Topcon

 – Solutions from the SME sector – David Crick, Sales Director, Ecogreen Plant Hire

 – Innovation & disruption in the supply chain – Dr Andy Robinson, Chief Operating Officer, Future Cities Catapult

16.15

Closing address:  Andy Mitchell (bio), Chair Infrastructure Clients Group, CEO Thames Tideway Tunnel 

16.30

End of programme

SPEAKER PROFILES

Venue:
Institution of Engineering & Technology,
Austin Court, Birmingham, B1 2NP

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Institution of Engineering & Technology

(This event is by invitation only)

To receive your invitation to the seminar, call us on
+44 (0)116 232 7421 or email volvoevents@cwa.co.uk

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WHY ATTEND?

Keynote speeches by:
 – Mike Putnam, Chair Green Construction Board, President & CEO Skanska UK
 – Chris Newsome, Chair, GCB Infrastructure Working Group, Director of Asset Management Anglian Water
– Andy Mitchell, Chair of Infrastructure Clients Group, MD Tideway

Listen to experts from Environment Agency, Infrastructure & Projects Authority, and major clients High Speed 2 and Crossrail, on carbon reduction including the role of
the supply chain in minimising GHG emissions

Hear from the authors of PAS2080, issued in May, on how to manage whole life carbon in infrastructure

Learn about the future role of BIM, infrastructure rating systems (BREEAM/CEEQUAL) and carbon calculations in procurement and operation

Major supply chain participants will showcase the contribution now possible through:

     – Low carbon building materials

     – Alternative fuels & electromobility

     – Site efficiency, simulation & modelling tools

Current research, likely new products and services and the potential impact of disruptive innovation

Networking opportunities with clients, contractors, consultants and suppliers