Event archive

Event Organiser: ICE

Efficiency in infrastructure development and delivery, Chatswood

  • Lecture
  • Chatswood
  • 17 April 2018
  • 17:30 - 20:00
Efficiency in infrastructure development and delivery, Chatswood

About this event

The volume of global infrastructure investment currently exceeds the design and management resource available in the industry. As we need skilled resources today, how will we manage the demands placed on the industry? Going digital has been suggested to be the answer but how does this really help us deliver more efficiency and with greater certainty?

Refreshments 17.30, technical meeting 18:00


Chris Dulake FREng FICE

Chris has held senior positions on major projects in the UK, as Engineering Director on the Executive Board for Phase 1 of High Speed Rail 2 (HS2) and Chief Engineer for the Crossrail Project. On HS2, he provided functional leadership for engineering, acting as Lead Engineer for Phase 1. On Crossrail he acted as the single point of Crossrail engineering technical authority for the Crossrail Programme providing technical leadership to designers and delivery teams. He was honoured for his work in these roles in 2016, being made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

He has recently been made a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers Dispute Resolution Panel and he serves on the New Contracts Board setting the strategic develop of the New Engineering Contract form.

In Mott MacDonald he is global railways leader where he advises the organisation and external clients on major project delivery.

Event venue

Engineers Australia
3/8 Thomas Street
Chatswood NSW 2067

For more information please contact:

Sasha Planinic

e: sasha.planinic@ice.org.uk