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Entire industries have been hit by a wave of innovative new business models and transformation of business process made possible by the exponential growth of digital technology. The built environment has been impacted by this trend but not at the same breakneck speed in telecommunications, media and banking.
The recent COVID-19 crisis was a reckoning for all organisations around their digital capability – with those having invested in a flexible working culture, robust infrastructure and collaborative tools – thriving. This talk will focus on how organisations in the built environment need to reshape and rapidly transform as we emerge from this crisis and there is an accelerated growth in the use of digital.
Earlier this year, the Welsh Infrastructure Alliance (WIA) produced a report on this topic for the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales. The report was designed to stimulate dialogue between the Commission and stakeholders with an interest in the infrastructure sector. This event builds on and updates on that report.
The WIA draws together like-minded organisations representing over 600 member companies and over 10,000 individual members from across the infrastructure sector. The WIA is formed from ICE, CIWM, ACE, ACE, CEW, CIWEM, CIHT and IStructE. The Alliance sees itself as a source of advice (to the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales) and potential solutions to enable the delivery of “world class” infrastructure in Wales to drive our future wellbeing as a nation.
To join the webinar please click on the link that will be sent to you a couple of days before the event by email.
Dan helps organisations better achieve their outcomes through business transformation. He designs and develops organisation-wide operating models and leads the implementation of the subsequent change programme across the project lifecycle. He has worked with numerous organisations in the public and private sector to help them understand the holistic changes to people, process, and technology that are required to deliver benefits from transformation.
Gary is an experienced civil engineer specialising in the delivery of design across all stages for the strategic road network in Wales, England and Northern Ireland. Gary is passionate about driving efficiencies through the implementation of BIM standards and adopting digital working for the industry and clients’ needs. He oversees a team of technical and managerial staff to further develop the efficiencies derived from using digital information in a more structured way.
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