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Walker Morris partner, David Kilduff, to present at annual Environment Analyst Business Summit
David Kilduff, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Government at Walker Morris, will be speaking at the 2018 Environment Analyst Business Summit in London next month on ‘Best Practice Procurement and Partnership Strategies to Achieve Success in Major Project Delivery’.
He will be assessing the implications of the Carillion collapse and the risks of current procurement models, to help identify where improvements are needed for more successful consultant-contractor-client relationships. He will also be discussing the optimum balance for risk/reward sharing and how effective collaboration can drive performance, innovation, and sustainable growth.
The Summit is an annual event aimed specifically at business leaders and executives within the environmental consulting and management sector. It draws on highly focused on specific issues currently affecting the sector and brings together leading players in the industry from environmental consulting firms, Government & regulatory bodies, business analysts, contractors and client organisations.
Commenting on the event, David Kilduff said:
“The UK environmental industry sector will face a number of challenges over the coming years. Not least Brexit and the impact it will have on Government policy and demand for environmental infrastructure projects in the UK. Other potentially disrupting factors such as the economy and new digital technology mean that it is increasingly important for multi-party contracts to find successful procurement and partnership best practice models to ensure effective delivery of major projects.”
The Environment Analyst Summit will be held at the Holiday Inn, London – Kensington High Street, on 20 June. To find out more or book a place visit: https://events.environment-analyst.com/57326/ea-business-summit-2018