• Changing business models in a post-virus world

    19 June 2020
    19 June 2020
  • Communications in a new digital landscape

    26 June 2020
    26 June 2020
  • After Covid-19: a boost for Net Zero?

    03 July 2020
    03 July 2020
  • Delivering the public sector pipeline after Covid

    10 July 2020
    10 July 2020
  • Delivering the private sector pipeline after Covid

    17 July 2020
    17 July 2020
  • Infrastructure after Covid – what will it look like?

    24 July 2020
    24 July 2020
  • Post-Covid – the skills challenge for construction

    31 July 2020
    31 July 2020

Changing business models in a post-virus world

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Coming out of Covid' series.

Even before the coronavirus pandemic changed the way the construction sector worked, there was much talk in the industry of the need to find better business models to improve the industry’s delivery of projects, large and small. This webinar will look at what a post-Covid-19 world means for the way that construction businesses deliver their services and work with clients and other stakeholders. Are current business models fit for purpose as the industry navigates the new normal and what needs to change to improve things? 

Find out the answers by booking a place on this free webinar.

Changing business models in a post-virus world
Friday 19 June 2020 at 11am

Speaker line-up

Moderator
Andy Walker, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

Speakers
Ann Bentley, Global Board Director, Rider Levett Bucknall and Business Models Lead at CLC
Sarah Wilkes, Global Solutions Lead Business Advisory, Arcadis
Margot Day, Global Director for Risk and Commercial Law, BuroHappold
Ron Lang, Value Impact Director, Construction Innovation Hub

Click here to book a place on the “Changing business models in a post-virus world” webinar

19 June 2020 - 19 June 2020

Communications in a new digital landscape

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Coming out of Covid' series.

Like in the rest of the UK economy, businesses across the construction industry have been forced to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis, changing the way people communicate and interact. Video meetings have become the norm as the use of applications like Zoom and Teams have entered the business and social lexicon. Communicating, negotiating and networking digitally has its challenges but there are also many opportunities too, especially for those working in the construction sector. 

Find out what best practice communications looks like in the new digital landscape by booking a place on this free webinar, which is brought to you in association with specialist communications agency for the built environment, BECG.

Communications in a new digital landscape 
Friday 26 June 2020 at 11am

Speaker line-up

Moderator
Andy Walker, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

Speakers
Greg Ward, Virtual and live MC, TV Presenter and Speaker
Catherine Llewellyn, Corporate Communications Manager UK, Arcadis
Derek Arden, Negotiation Expert
Jamie Gordon, Director of Infrastructure and Energy, BECG 

Click here to book a place on the “Communications in a new digital landscape” webinar

Webinar organised in association with BECG

26 June 2020 - 26 June 2020

After Covid-19: a boost for Net Zero?

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Covid recovery' series.

There are increasing calls for the economic stimulus packages being devised by governments around the world post-Covid to be climate aware, so that the increase in emissions that was seen following the 2008 global financial crisis is not repeated. During the current unprecedented period, leaders have an opportunity to revise their climate plans to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy. This crisis has shown that concerted international effort is possible in the face of a global threat to human life and there are now calls for a renewed and remodelled commitment to achieving a zero-carbon economy. This webinar, which is brought to you in association with Infrastructure Intelligence Net Zero Hub sponsor  Atkins, will look at the prospects for concerted action on climate change and discuss whether the Covid-19 crisis has reframed the debate around this crucial issue.

After Covid-19: a boost for Net Zero?
Friday 3 July 2020 at 11am.

Full details of speaker line-up coming soon.

Click here to book a place on the “After Covid-19: a boost for Net Zero?” webinar.

This webinar is brought to you in association with Atkins

03 July 2020 - 03 July 2020

Delivering the public sector pipeline after Covid

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Covid Recovery' series.

Infrastructure investment is certain to play a key role in getting the UK economy back on track as the country recovers from the Covid-19 crisis. The current crisis has emphasised that governments have the powers and resources to ensure that essential infrastructure continues to operate in the face of catastrophic disruption and it’s clear that some spending going forward will be post-crisis related, such as health and social care projects, as well as digital infrastructure to build greater capacity and resilience. This webinar, which is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore, will look at the prospects for the public sector infrastructure pipeline and consider to what extent government will continue to invest in public infrastructure, what those projects might be and how might they be procured and ultimately financed.

Delivering the public sector pipeline after Covid
Friday 10 July 2020 at 11am

Full details of speaker line-up coming soon.

Click here to book a place on the “Delivering the public sector pipeline after Covid” webinar.

This webinar is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore.

10 July 2020 - 10 July 2020

Delivering the private sector pipeline after Covid

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Covid Recovery' series.

Notwithstanding the key role that government has played in keeping infrastructure and the economy running during the current crisis, the private sector pipeline will be crucial in ensuring that the construction industry has a plentiful supply of work over the coming months and years. Rising government deficits should result in opportunities for private debt and equity but what will be the view of private investors, developers and major clients on the kinds of projects they will finance. With increasing doubt cast on some projects due to the state of the economy, what kind of private sector pipeline can we expect going forward and who will be the key players in the sector? This webinar, which is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore, will look at the prospects for the future private sector construction and infrastructure pipeline and the implications for firms working in the industry.

Delivering the private sector pipeline after Covid
Friday 17 July 2020 at 11am

Full details of speaker line up coming soon.

Click here to book a place on the “Delivering the private sector pipeline after Covid” webinar.

This webinar is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore.

17 July 2020 - 17 July 2020

Infrastructure after Covid – what will it look like?

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Covid Recovery' series.

The Covid-19 crisis has changed the way that everyone works and lives. Social distancing is set to be with us for some time to come as countries try and adjust to keeping people safe and society functioning efficiently in a future post-Covid world. Transportation vehicles, public spaces, shared spaces and office spaces are likely to need remodelling and it is clear that there will be significant implications for infrastructure going forward. But what will this future infrastructure look like? How can it be made more resilient? How will our towns and cities be designed in the new normal? Are we entering an era of greener infrastructure development that is more suited to a world where mass transport is not as important as it once was and where remote working and the use of digital technologies is more widespread? How will the Covid-19 crisis shape our future infrastructure? This webinar, which is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore, will explore all these questions and more.

Infrastructure after Covid – what will it look like?
Friday 24 July 2020 at 11am.

Moderator
Andy Walker, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

Speakers
Keith Clarke, Chair, Forum for the Future
Julia Pyke, Director of Financing and Economic Regulation, Sizewell C 
Maria Manidaki, Net Zero Carbon Practice Lead, Mott MacDonald
David Cole, Director for Power Generation, Atkins

Click here to book a place on the “Infrastructure after Covid – what will it look like?” webinar.

This webinar is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore.

24 July 2020 - 24 July 2020

Post-Covid – the skills challenge for construction

An Infrastructure Intelligence free live webinar as part of our 'Covid Recovery' series.

 

The social and economic challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic will mean big challenges for all firms working in the construction and infrastructure sector. The widely predicted economic downturn could mean widespread job losses in an industry that is already facing skills shortages in a number of key sectors. More than ever before, the industry is going to need to work more closely and increase collaboration to protect the sector’s skills through this crisis and beyond. This webinar, which is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore, will look at the practical steps that the industry is taking to safeguard its skills base during a potential downturn and also the steps that individual firms are taking to ensure that they maintain the human resources they need to continue to deliver for clients in challenging times.

Post-Covid – the skills challenge for construction
Friday 31 July 2020 at 11am.

Full details of speaker line-up coming soon.

Click here to book a place on the “Post-Covid – the skills challenge for construction” webinar.

This webinar is brought to you in association with Barton Willmore.

31 July 2020 - 31 July 2020