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Transforming Infrastructure Performance (TIP) Live 2

Event organised by ICE

03 November 2022
14:00 - 18:30 GMT
One Great George Street
London, SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
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In April 2022, ICE hosted Transforming Infrastructure Performance (TIP) Live which brought together leaders from across the sector to discuss how the industry needs to change to deliver the £650bn national infrastructure pipeline.

ICE is delighted to bring you the second conference of this series with the Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA), the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) and Construction Leadership Council (CLC).

The TIP 2030 Roadmap sets out a series of interventions designed to bring about fundamental reform of infrastructure delivery over the next decade. But how does the long-term ambition of TIP sit with the immediate pressures associated with a challenging economic landscape including high inflation, rising fuel costs, rising wages, materials shortages and the capacity and skills crisis?

Hear from industry figures on the day, including Mark Thurston, chair of the ICG and chief executive of High Speed 2, as they:

  • Share their perspectives on implementing TIP against a challenging economic backdrop
  • Explore core elements of the TIP agenda through actions of ICG working groups
  • Encourage rapid industry action on TIP through the launch of a 2030 Network


One Great George Street
United Kingdom


Mark Thurston

Mark Thurston



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Mark Thurston

As the CEO of High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd, Mark has the privilege and ultimate responsibility for leading the company that has been charged with delivering a new high- speed railway that will connect the major cities of the UK.

The vision is for HS2 to be a catalyst for growth across Britain, become the backbone of Britain’s rail network and contribute to a ‘green’ transport system that helps reduce carbon. It will better connect the country’s major cities and economic hubs and help deliver a stronger, more balanced economy, better able to compete on the global stage.

HS2 Ltd began operations in January 2009. The company currently employs around 2000 people, with its headquarters in Birmingham, and there are now some 20,000 people working on the project across the UK.

Mark joined HS2 Ltd in March 2017; he has some 30 years’ experience including leadership roles in engineering, project and programme management and business operations.

Having worked for client, consulting and delivery organisations, Mark has a successful track record across a mix of major organisations and investment programmes and worked on both the London 2012 Olympics and Crossrail. He was previously the European MD of engineering and projects company CH2M.

Mark started his career as a technician apprentice on the London Underground. He is a Visiting Professor at the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management at UCL and an honorary fellow of the Association for Project Management and a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers. In 2019 he received an honorary doctorate of technology at the University of East London.

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Daxa Bharadwa & Elena Arrobbio