The Climate Emergency & Infrastructure Constructive Conversations – 28 February 2024
In this session we’ll be discussing embedding sustainable procurement practices in construction of active travel infrastructure. What sustainable materials are out there? What should you be considering in terms of cost vs benefit? What should you be asking for from suppliers and contractors you engage to carry out work on your projects?
Our expert panel will spend half an hour discussing these questions and more around procurement in the construction industry, and for active travel in particular.
Following the panel discussion we will take a short break, and then invite participants to take part in small group discussions.
A recording of the discussion will be added here after the session, so you will be able to catch up here if you miss the live session.
Panelists for this session are:
- David Manson, Special Project Officer, Ayrshire Roads Alliance
- Barbara Morton, Director, Sustainable Procurement Ltd
- More panelists to be announced.
Links to further information and resources that come up in the discussion will be added here following the session, so do check back if you want to find out more about this topic.
About Constructive conversations
Grab a cuppa, get comfortable and join us for some informal constructive conversations about some of the challenges in delivering active travel infrastructure.
At each 1 hour session, our expert panel will spend half an hour discussing key questions and more around the chosen topic. Following this, you can take part in an optional small group discussion where you can share your own experiences on the topic, present a related issue in a live project, and receive advice and feedback from peers.
The ‘Climate Emergency and Infrastructure’ series of constructive conversations explores sustainability in construction of active travel projects.
The ‘By Design’ series of constructive conversations explores how urban design in active travel projects can help to address some of the big issues facing society today.
Look out for more series on different topics in future, and if there is a topic you would like to suggest for a series, or a standalone session, please do get in touch with us firstname.lastname@example.org