Monday, August 17, 2015
Event - EA Business Summit
Confirmed delegate job titles include:
CEO, Executive Chairman, Technical Director, Business Development Director, Executive Director, Senior Vice President, Founder, Managing Director, UK Managing Principal, President of Europe Division, UK Operations Director, Principal Environmental Consultant, Environment Manager, Resource Leader and many more...
The agenda is focused on securing continued business success and the overarching theme is “Maximising UK Market Recovery - What Next For The Environmental Services Sector?” The meticulously researched programme focuses on the business aspects of the environmental sector, and brings together more than twenty expert panelists – representatives from government, consultancies and industry – to deliver practical, actionable advice and guidance:
Confirmed Presenters and Presentations
Julian Rose, Managing Director, Environment Analyst will present ‘The State and Structure of the Environmental Consultancy Market - a snapshot of the UK’
Mark Hurley, Head of Environmental, WSP, Parsons Brinckerhoff along with Keith Hendry, Managing Director, APEM and Alban Forster, Director, SLR Consulting Ltd. together present an industry response, a panel discussion of market trends and observations - highlights and challenges from the past year and how their companies are looking to respond going forward
Stuart McLachlan, Chief Executive, Anthesis Consulting Group plc. together with Al Spiers, Chief Executive Officer, 2020 Environmental Group and Paul Collins, Managing Partner, Equiteq will present ‘Mergers, Acquisitions and Consolidation - the evolving market structure and its impacts’
Ed Mitchell, Executive Director, Environment & Business, Environment Agency and Matthew Farrow, Executive Director, The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) will outline key Environmental Policy drivers and priorities for the next five years
Peter Miller, Director of Environment, HS2 will be presenting a client perspective - addressing the environmental challenges facing HS2
Chris Sexton, Technical Director, Crossrail also delivers a client perspective - addressing the environmental challenges of Crossrail, Europe’s largest infrastructure project
Ian Allison, Global Head Climate Resilience, Mott MacDonald and Andrew Page, Head of Contract Management, Anglian Water Services Ltd. will explore effective partnering strategies for successful project win and delivery
Paul Gosling, Managing Director, Allen & York along with Rufus Howard, Director of Renewables and Marine Development, Royal Haskoning DHV and Martin Baxter, Chief Policy Advisor, IEMA and also Liz Trew, Editorial Director, Environment Analyst will outline best practice for cost-effective resourcing and skills management
Suzanne Burgoyne, Environment Manager, Thames Tideway Tunnel along with Josh Fothergill, Policy & Engagement Lead, IEMA and Sheila Twidle, Head of Environmental Services, The Planning Inspectorate
Claire Brook, Partner, Planning & Infrastructure, Bond Dickinson will explore how project assessment and delivery could be improved through changes to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regulation and practice.
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Posted by Richard Matthews