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Acting from within HM Treasury, the IPA (Infrastructure Project Authority) provides guidance on how to initiate and deliver large infrastructure projects. It issued a route map for this in 2016, split into a number of modules addressing such things as governance, procurement, risk management and asset management. This suite of modules has recently been revised, and a new one prepared to address the area of Systems Integration.
Separately, an approach has recently been developed that provides a way of understanding the impact of a projected infrastructure project on a nation’s progress towards achieving the UN SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). This uses an Integrated Value Approach both to understand and unite the separate legs of the three-legged sustainability stool, ie economic, environmental and social. The resultant technique, known as MISI (Measuring Infrastructure SDG global goals Impact), has now been trialled on a small number of infrastructure projects. The presentation will briefly summarise MISI and its trial application on Thames Tideway.
Tim is a Civil Engineer who, after many years in industry, joined UCL (University College London) in 2012 as Professor of Built Environment Foresight. Since then, he has also founded the UCL Institute of Digital Innovation in the Built Environment (IDIBE). His main research interests lie in digital transformation of the construction industry and taking a systems approach to infrastructure projects, including in the area of sustainability.
In addition to his work at UCL, Tim advises both industry and public sector bodies around the world on issues such as initiating large-scale projects, digital transformation, industry innovation and the development of appropriate industry structural bodies.
Tim is a Fellow and Past President of the ICE, a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Ines is group treasurer at Tideway, a regulated utility and the company building London’s super sewer. Tideway has issued £1.7 billion of sustainable finance. Prior to Tideway, Ines worked for Citigroup where she advised and arranged financing for infrastructure and energy projects and later managed a portfolio of structured assets. Ines has an Economics degree from Nova University of Business and Economics, a post-graduate certificate in sustainable business from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, is a non-executive board member of the Environment Agency and is Tideway’s representative at the Corporate Forum on Sustainable Finance.
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