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HUNDREDS OF SPEAKERS, THOUSANDS OF VISITORS  – ALL FREE TO ATTEND

 

Five days, hundreds of sessions, two innovation competitions, Highways UK On-Line is the most comprehensive event dedicated to the future of Britain’s roads. And it’s all for free.
 


Monday 2 Nov:

Innovation Competition – Materials Monday


Tuesday 3 Nov:

Innovation Competition – Tech Tuesday


Wednesday 4 Nov:

Conference and Exhibition


Thursday 5 Nov:

Conference and Exhibition


Friday 6 Nov:

Conference and Exhibition

 

 
 

Live, 2 - 6 November 2020

Schedule

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Nov 209:00
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Welcome to the Civils and Materials Innovation Hub competition

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Sponsored by AECOM
Nov 209:15
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CMIH category A Final: Product Delivery Efficiency

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Finalists:ArbusSmartraftExtrudakerb (Maltby Engineering)Extrudakerb Concrete Barrier (ECB)Reinforced Earth CompanyT-Wall - modular, stackable precast retaining solutionsTarmacTarmac Tailored Asphalt
Nov 210:10
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CMIH category B Final: Materials or Equipment Innovation

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Finalists:Liverpool John Moores UniversityA zero-cement concreteStablised PavementsIn situ recycling using the downcut processColin ParsonsUnique crane/grab/vehicle/trailer specialist concrete bay removalTotal UK - Bitumen DivisionTotal Styrelf Long Life
Nov 211:10
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CMIH category C Final: Innovative Construction Techniques

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Finalists:VolkerLaserFast BeamFrangible Safety PostsModular, pre-assembled, fibre-reinforced composite 5G masts for mounting on existing infrastructureMorgan SindallModular emergency areas - a sustainable solution made predominantly from recyled rubber tyresPolypipe Civils & Green UrbanisationPolypipe Modular Wetland
Nov 212:05
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CMIH category D Final: Environment

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Finalists:WJ GroupCradle to gate life cycle assessment product carbon footprint modelBalfour BeattyMaximising the use of site won materialsCO-YOUCO-YOU climate products for a circular economyNSG Group (Pilkington Glass)Transport roadside barrier with antipollution, self-clean, acoustic control and birdsafe functions
Nov 213:20
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CMIH category E Final: Safety

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Finalists:CSJ Civil and Mechanical EngineeringRoad Mole - permanent circular repairs for potholes and ironworksLinetechHigh containment mortorway barrierMarton Geotechnical ServicesPhase change materials in new road surfacesHighway Care, Kier Highways, Highways EnglandThe automated cone laying machine
Nov 214:25
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Grand Final

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition
Nov 215:20
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Awards and Last Words

Civils and Materials Innovation Hub Competition

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Nov 309:00
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Welcome to the Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge competition, sponsored by Costain

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Nov 309:15
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IIC category A Final: Design, construction and asset management

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
FinalistsThe Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)Dynamic Adaptive Maintenance Scheduling (DAMS)MachineMaxEquipment management platform to track all equipmentSkanskaSitevision augmented realityAggregate Industries UKORIS - sourcing intelligence for road optimization
Nov 310:10
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IIC category B Final: Operation of the road network

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Finalists:Cubic Transportation SystemsCCTV EyeEmu AnalyticsFlo.w - real-time geospatial data analytics and visualisation softwareDahua Technology UKIntelligent transport management solutionThe FloowMobilityln - A service designed to deliver in-depth understanding of traffic & mobility behaviours
Nov 311:10
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IIC category C Final: Environment, sustainability and waste reduction

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Finalists:RambollIntelligent environmental estateSignol (RBD Holdings)IDLE: Incentivising Drivers to Lessen EmissionsGaia HireAutoMateArriva DigitalOrigin to Destination (O2D)
Nov 312:05
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IIC category D Final: Health, safety and well-being

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Finalists:Ardent Hire SolutionsSite ManagerPLINXConstruction safety system (connect & protect)AV TrafficStopped vehicle detection and prediction for smart motorwaysbmJV - BAM Morgan Sindall JVCCTV Analytics Stopped Vehicle Detection Technology
Nov 313:20
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IIC category E Final: Asset condition monitoring and asset management

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Finalists:Kier HighwaysCable Smart - intelligent cable and network monitoringWMG/University of WarwickLow cost optical strain monitoring for remote inspection of bridge infrastructureUniversity of CambridgeNovel vibration-based scour monitoring technique based on a three-parameter approachHighway Data Systems, AgileAssets, Connect Plus & Connect Plus ServicesFull depth asset management - digital data for longer lasting roads
Nov 314:25
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IIC Grand Final

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge
Nov 315:00
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Previous Winners Panel

Intelligent Infrastructure Challenge

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Nov 409:00
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Welcome and state of the nation

Keynotes
Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Transport Focus
John Larkinson, Interim Chief Executive, Office of Rail and Road UK
Baroness Vere, Roads Minister, Department for Transport
Nov 410:00
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Drilling down into ORR's five year assessment

Big Thinking
Feras Alshaker, Deputy Director, Roads, ORR
Nov 410:00
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Keeping the supply chain going - through C19 and beyond

Highways England Day
Malcolm Dare, Commercial and Procurement Director, Highways England
Nov 410:00
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New priorities and challenges in the way that highways maintenance contractors work with private sector, Highways England and Local Authority clients

Civils and Materials Day
Ed Thompson, General Manager - Tarmac Highway Services, TARMAC
Ruth McNeil, Highway Operations Manager, Rutland County Council
Jon Cole, SPV Manager, Infrastructure Managers
Nov 410:25
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Delivering a larger more balanced programme

Highways England Day
Nick Harris, Executive Director, Operations, Highways England
Nov 410:50
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Is this year zero for the Subnational Transport Bodies

Big Thinking
Martin Tugwell, Programme Director, England's Economic Heartland
Maria Machancoses, Director, Midlands Connect
Peter Molyneux, Major Roads Director, Transport for the North
Nov 410:50
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Power of predictability

Highways England Day
Mark Ollerton, Commercial Director, Highways England
Nov 410:50
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Recycled asphalt leading to cleaner resurfacing

Civils and Materials Day
Michael Wright, Practice Manager, Atkins
Nov 411:10
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A new approach to constructing emergency areas on Smart Motorways

Civils and Materials Day
Paul Gott, Managing Director Highways, Morgan Sindall
Nov 411:15
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RIS 3 Pipeline

Highways England Day
Adam Simmons, Director Future RIS & Government, Highways England
Nov 411:40
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A post covid future - not the new normal, but better normal

Big Thinking
Charlie Henderson, Global Roads Expert, PA Consulting
Nov 411:40
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Bioremediation to clean up motorway fuel spills

Civils and Materials Day
Nov 411:40
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How can leaders turn 7% of process waste loss into profit?

Highways England Day
Martin Perks, Commercial Programme Director, Highways England
Nov 412:00
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Establishing an active hearing protection mandate - how Galliford Try Highways took the plunge

Civils and Materials Day
Noise induced hearing loss is the number one occupational disease in Europe, while this affects millions of people there is a cultural shift happening here in the UK that is working to change this. Galliford Try Highways implemented a mandate for the use of active hearing protection with integrated noise monitoring from 1 July 2020 across all their sites. This leading mandate directly addresses the 48.3% of construction fatalities that result in lack of situational awareness, often associated with passive hearing protection. The presentation will educate the audience on the dangers of compliance by using passive hearing protection and explore the direct benefits gained from using this innovative technology on the highway projects.
David Greenberg, Founder, Eave
Nov 412:00
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Travel patterns during Covid-19: improving collaboration to build a holistic view of the road network

Big Thinking
Darren Capes, Intelligent Transport Systems Policy Lead, Department for Transport
Yousef Majeed, Associate, Arup
Nov 412:05
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Smart Motorways Project (SMP) Alliance

Highways England Day
Tony Slater, Alliance Manager, Highways England
Steve Groves, Programme Commercial Director, Highways England
Nov 412:20
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Is this year zero for local authorities

Big Thinking
Nigel Riglar, President, Adept
Will Britain, Head of Highways & Traffic Management Services, Blackpool Council
Stephen Fidler, Director - Local Transport, Department for Transport
Nov 412:20
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Put on the kettle (and why geogrids aren’t just for roads on poor ground)

Civils and Materials Day
In this specially commissioned Highways UK edition of Tensar's Ground Coffee, Andrew looks into the work undertaken by the US Army Corp of Engineers demonstrating that huge savings can be achieved by incorporating geogrids into road design on good ground.
Andrew Lees, Senior Application Technology Manager, Tensar
Nov 412:30
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Digital update of the highway construction requirements

Highways England Day
Steve Davy, Head of Technical Standard, Highways England
Mariapia Angelino, Associate Director, WSP
Nov 412:40
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Recent development in low carbon road construction materials

Civils and Materials Day
Monower Sadique, Reader in Construction Materials, Liverpool John Moores University
Nov 413:00
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Supply Chain Perspectives on 2020

Keynotes
Our panel share their experiences of 2020, reflecting on the sector’s response to Covid-19 and priorities for recovery
Sean Gray, Director of Transportation, Mace Group
Tony Gates, Managing Director, Sir Robert McAlpine
Martin Riley, Tarmac, Tarmac Trading Limited
Sue Kershaw, Transport Managing Director, Costain
Lizi Stewart, Managing Director UK Transportation, Atkins
Nov 413:50
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A new dawn?

Big Thinking
One day into office, the new president of the Institution of Civil Engineers, sets out her vision and the need to accelerate decarbonisation of the built environment
Rachel Skinner, President, ICE
Nov 413:50
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Modernising construction: connected and autonomous plant

Highways England Day
Annette Pass, Head of Innovation, Highways England
Nov 414:15
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The M4 Mission Room

Highways England Day
Mike Grant, Delivery Director, Highways England
Nov 414:40
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Loving concrete - concrete is… forever (if you look after it).

Civils and Materials Day
The panel look at novel methods of measuring concrete condition and the products and processes that increase delivery efficiency and provide more durable, cost-effective repairs to improve asset management of this fantastic material
Moderator: Joe Quirke, Engineering Manager, Volker Fitzpatrick Ltd
Peter Langdale, Chief Scientist, TRL
Kieran Kelly, Principal Pavement Engineer, Mott MacDonald
Gordon Kells, Vacuum Grouting & Injection Specialist, Balvac
Nov 414:40
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Smart Motorway Development Centre

Highways England Day
Lorraine Butler, Delivery Director, Highways England
Nov 414:40
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Transforming performance and productivity

Big Thinking
Construction's improvement tsar and Costain's MD for highways talk transforming performance and productivity
Richard Stuart, Highways Sector Director, Costain
Keith Waller, Programme Director, Construction Innovation Hub
Nov 415:05
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Value of Design Review Panel

Highways England Day
Nov 415:30
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Dynamic roadside location data for asset management and future ways of working

Big Thinking
Simon Navin, Head Of Innovation Programmes, Ordnance Survey
Nov 415:30
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Improving the roads experience

Highways England Day
Mel Clarke, Customer Service Director, Highways England
Nov 415:30
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Long-term benefits associated with switching to warm mix low temperature asphalt products 

Civils and Materials Day
Diane Ware, Principal Technical Officer Highways, Wiltshire Council
Brian Kent, National Technical Director, TARMAC
Emma Hines, Senior Manager - Sustainable Construction, TARMAC
Nov 415:55
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Road safety performance

Highways England Day
Jeremy Phillips, Director of Research for Road Safety, Highways England
Nov 416:20
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How lockdown impacted the SRN

Highways England Day
Daisy Smith, Head of Performance Analysis, Highways England
Deirdre O'Reilly, Head of Customer Service and Insights Behaviour Change, Highways England
Nov 416:40
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Beyond Silverstone - taking the innovation and technology from the track to the mainstream highways network

Civils and Materials Day
Richard Vine, Regional Director, Contracting, TARMAC
Nov 416:40
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Long term monitoring of 60mph speed limits in road works

Highways England Day
Jill Hayden, Technical Director, Atkins
Nov 417:10
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Have travel behaviours changed forever? What are the implications for road space?

Keynotes
Home working, home deliveries, more active travel and the challenges of social distancing on public transport have fundamentally disrupted travel patterns. Our panel consider if these are long-term trends and the implications for how we might adapt the use road spacein the future
Moderator: Alistair Hunter, Director - Ukimea Infrastructure Advisory Leader, Arup
Daisy Smith, Head of Performance Analysis, Highways England
Steve Gooding, Director, R.A.C. Foundation
Paul Campion, Chief Executive, TRL
Mark Kemp, First Vice President, Adept

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Nov 509:00
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The Climate Change Act, Paris Agreement and Infrastructure

Keynotes
The panel assess how the legally binding targets within the Climate Change Act and Paris Agreement might influence future infrastructure development and investment
Moderator: Lizi Stewart, Managing Director UK Transportation, Atkins
Rupert Clubb, Programme Director, TfSE
Tim Chapman, Director, Arup
Michael Barlow, Partner and Head of Environment, Burges Salmon
Lara Young, Group Carbon Manager, Costain
Nov 510:00
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What Highways England means by Digital Roads

Big Thinking
Nov 510:00
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What is carbon in construction?

Sustainability Day
Quick fire perspectives from those at the front-line of managing carbon in construction, with the emphasis on next generation values and catalysing rapid change. With contributions from Dilly Lidder, Communications Business Partner, Skanska; Carol Hardingham, Sector Environment Manager: Highways, Skanska; Alicia Winter, Sustainability and Carbon Consultant, Mott MacDonald; Kim Yates, UK & Europe Sustainability and Climate Change Lead, Mott MacDonald; Katie Atherton, Environment Manager, Skanska Cementation; Marcus Chambers, Digital Process Lead, Skanska; Duncan Healey, Environment Manager – M42, Skanska; Esther Redpath, Engineer – M42, Skanska
Nov 510:00
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Why invest in STBs, part 1

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Perspectives from Transport for the North, Peninsula Transport,and England’s Economic Heartland
Martin Tugwell, Programme Director, England's Economic Heartland
Mike O'Dowd-Jones, Strategic Commissioner of Highways and Transport Services, Somerset County Council
Peter Molyneux, Major Roads Director, Transport for the North
Nov 510:20
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Changed thinking and unexpected opportunities arising from the two-year Live Labs programme

Big Thinking
Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Nov 510:30
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What road users want and need in RIS 2

Big Thinking
Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Transport Focus
Laura Baker, Customer Service Director, Major Projects, Highways England
Guy Dangerfield, Strategy Director, Transport Focus
Steve Gooding, Director, R.A.C. Foundation
Nov 510:45
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Why invest in STBs, part 2

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Perspectives from Western Gateway, Transport for the South East, Transport East, and Midlands Connect
Maria Machancoses, Director, Midlands Connect
David Carter, Infrastructure Director, West Of England Combined Authority
Andrew Summers, Strategic Director, Transport East
Rupert Clubb, Programme Director, TfSE
Nov 510:50
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Just a load of hot air?… the potential of hydrogen power in transport

Sustainability Day
Is hydrogen the philosopher’s stone that will transform the transport sector to the golden child of the decarbonisation revolution? TRL showcases its potential and busts the myths about this power source
Doros Nicolaides, Senior Energy Consultant, TRL
Anthony Velasquez-Abad, Senior Energy Advisor, TRL
Nov 510:50
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The aligned supply chain

Big Thinking
Investigating a new initiative to grow partner relationships and incentivise them
Rob Burgwin, Commercial Director, Balfour Beatty Highways
Matt Morphet, Chief Operating Officer, Chevron Traffic Management
Nov 511:10
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Implications for roads of the Future Generations Act in Wales

Sustainability Day
Liam Ryan, client director, Atkins
Nov 511:20
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Capability and people: Highways England and ICE

Big Thinking
Discussing the importance of personal development and improving people performance. How do we ensure we have enough skilled engineers of all levels in the pipeline to deliver future projects?
Nov 511:30
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STB’s Working together

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Nov 511:40
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Achieving Highways England’s Net Zero Strategy

Sustainability Day
Highways England’s Net Zero Strategy supports the government's ambition to achieve net zero carbon by 2050. This session explores the innovative ideas and practical actions Highways England and its supply chain are already starting to adopt in pursuit of this goal. But what is the scale of ambition and what does net zero mean in the context not only of construction and maintenance, but also creating infrastructure that reduces road user emissions.
Moderator: Simon Richards, Head of Sustainability, Sir Robert McAlpine
Adam Simmons, Director Future RIS & Government, Highways England
Ivan Le Fevre, Environment Group Manager, Highways England
David Symons, UK Director of Sustainability, WSP
Nov 511:40
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Why the sector needs a systems thinking approach

Big Thinking
Peter Baynham, Market Director, Atkins
Ian Gibson, Chief Engineer, Atkins
Nov 512:00
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Logistics and the future of highways most important customer

Big Thinking
David Oliver, Global Transport Leader, P.A. Consulting Group
Nov 512:00
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Mobile Phone Data Tool, perspectives from TfN

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Nov 512:20
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Covid-19 Monitoring Dashboard Tool, perspectives from Midlands Connect

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Nov 512:20
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Delivering RIS2: Highways England and Civil Engineering Contractors Association

Big Thinking
Lessons learned from RIS1 and how civil engineering contractors can work with Highways England to deliver the planned £27.4 billion package of work in RIS2, improving safety whilst achieving greater efficiencies in construction.
Malcolm Dare, Commercial and Procurement Director, Highways England
Alasdair Reisner, Chief Executive, CECA
Nov 512:20
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Perspectives on the challenge of net zero carbon in highways

Sustainability Day
Samantha Schofield, Environmental Business Partner, Amey
Heleni Pantelidou, Associate Director, Arup
Ross Fairley, Partner, Burges Salmon
Chris Hayes, Sustainability Operations Director, Skanska
Nov 512:40
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First and last mile toolkit, perspectives from EEH

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Nov 512:40
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Procurement in the era of Build Build Build

Big Thinking
Mike Reader, Head of Stategic Pursuits, Mace Ltd
Scott Brown, Chief Executive, EiB Group
Nov 513:00
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Collaboration in the real world

Keynotes
What do we really mean by collaboration and despite good intentions, does it happen if the client doesn’t drive it? The panel will also look at how we unblock the sector’s structural barriers that would make genuine win-win collaboration easier to achieve.
Moderator: Brian Fitzpatrick, Principal Advisor, Fitzpatrick Advisory
Glynn Barton, Network Management Director, Transport for London
Louise Mcmahon, Collaboration & Improvement Manager, Kier Highways
Dave Powell, Head of Intelligent Transport Systems, Cubic
Nov 513:50
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Decarbonisation ambitions and targets within the STBs

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Andrew Summers, Strategic Director, Transport East
Rob Dickin, Transport Strategy Manager, Transport for the South East
Peter Cole, Principal Environmental and Sustainability Officer, Transport for the North
Naomi Green, Head Of Technical Programme, England's Economic Heartland
Nov 513:50
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Getting real value from Social Value

Sustainability Day
Kate Hamilton, Social Value Advisor, Morgan Sindall
Jenny Stafford, Principal Consultant, Temple Group
Joely Sockett, Social Value Advisor, Morgan Sindall
Kate Bull, Managing Director, Royal British Legion Industries
Nov 513:50
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Innovating for a net zero world empowered by satellites

Big Thinking
Paul Campion, Chief Executive, TRL
Gemma Ball, Business Manager, Satellite Applications Catapult
Nov 514:10
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Road based mobility solutions in rural areas

Big Thinking
Luke Ward, Project Director, Amey
David Trousdale, Technical Director, Amey
Nov 514:40
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Challenging preconceptions over the future of mobility

Big Thinking
Jay Nagley, R&D Specialist - Automotive, UK Department for International Trade
Fergus Mcvey, CEO, 7th Sense Research
Patrick Andison, Economics Consultant, Arup
Nikolas Badminton, Futurist Author Teacher and Keynote Speaker, Nikolas Badminton
Nov 514:40
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Freight and Access to International Gateways

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Moderator: David Carter, Infrastructure Director, West Of England Combined Authority
Mark Valleley, Technical Manager, Transport for the South East
Lucy Hudson, Principal Policy Officer Freight and Logistics, Transport for the North
Swati Mittal, Strategic Roads Manager, Midlands Connect
Nov 514:40
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Quantifying the impact of transport on climate change throughout the project lifecycle

Sustainability Day
Simeon Butterworth, Director, WSP
Simon Pope, Technical Director, WSP
Nov 515:00
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How a sustainability action plan helps underpin carbon reduction targets

Sustainability Day
Geri Smith, Head of Sustainability, Balfour Beatty Group
Nov 515:30
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Addressing barriers to delivery

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Martin Tugwell, Programme Director, England's Economic Heartland
Sally Farley, Strategic Transport Manager, Peninsula Transport
Julian Mclaughlin, Director Growth and Infrastructure, Western Gateway
Nov 515:30
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Is Our Carbon Wallet Empty? The Embodied Carbon of the Infrastructure Pipeline

Sustainability Day
How do we get to Net Zero if we don’t understand projected carbon spend for the infrastructure pipeline of works to 2050. With contributions from Dilly Lidder, Skanska Communications Business; Ruth Finlayson, Environment and Carbon Manager, Skanska; Dr Jannik Gieskam, Research Fellow in Industrial Climate Policy, Leeds University; Natalie Francis, Senior Carbon Management Consultant, Mott MacDonald; David Mason, Environmental Technical Director, Skanska; Dominic Burbridge, Associate Director, Carbon Trust; Stacey Collins, Partner, Pinsent Masons
Nov 515:30
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What we can learn about national road pricing from other countries?

Big Thinking
Alistair Hunter, Director - Ukimea Infrastructure Advisory Leader, Arup
Nov 515:50
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MyRoads: a customer driven approach

Big Thinking
Nick Fearnhead, Senior Consultant, Atkins
Iain Sutherland, Regional Investment Programme Director, Balfour Beatty Group
Nov 516:20
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Applying the circular economy in highways

Sustainability Day
Mike Evans, Director, Arup
Nov 516:20
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Balancing rural and urban mobility needs

Subnational Transport Bodies Day
Andrew Summers, Strategic Director, Transport East
Jamie Hulland, Transportation Strategy Manager, Peninsula Transport
Renee van Baar, Principal Transport Planner, Midlands Connect
Nov 516:20
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Zero Carbon/Zero Deaths: dreams or realistic targets?

Big Thinking
Richard Cuerden, Director of TRL Academy, TRL
Nov 516:40
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How C-ITS is set to make the world a better place

Big Thinking
Carole Ciliberti, Director, Capita
Elias Nassif, Consultant, Capita
Nov 516:40
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Nature-based solutions

Sustainability Day
Kim Yates, UK & Europe Sustainabilty Lead, Mott MacDonald
Nov 517:10
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Safety – why the long-term reduction in road deaths has stalled and what to do about it

Keynotes

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Nov 609:00
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What really counts? What metrics should we be using to determine the value of infrastructure investment

Keynotes
Bridget Rosewell, Commissioner, National Infrastructure Commission
Kerry Scott, Global practice leader for social inclusion, Mott MacDonald
Nov 610:00
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Lessons from the rail industry in successfully delivering a portfolio of innovation projects

Tech Innovations Day
Christie Fearnside, Innovation Expert, PA Consulting
Nov 610:00
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Resilience capability and capacity

Local Authorities Day
Creating training and support for local emergency preparedness and response.
John Lamb, Advisor, John Lamb
Hugh Deeming, Founder, HD Research
Nov 610:00
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What would a human do?

Big Thinking
Claire Williams, Head of Human Behaviours, Atkins
Nov 610:20
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Evaluation Toolkit for C-ITS Services

Tech Innovations Day
Jonathan Mann, Technical Director, Capita
Gary Crockford, Programme Coordinator, Department for Transport
Nov 610:20
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Organisations don’t innovate, people do!

Big Thinking
Tina Catling, Innovation Director, Morgan Sindall
Nov 610:40
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4D construction progress monitoring for highways projects

Tech Innovations Day
Andrew Evans, Innovation Project Manager, Digital Construction Works
Nov 610:50
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Driving Productive Behaviours

Big Thinking
Get up to speed on lean construction, its past and present, and how, with the buy in from Highways England as a major client, the sector and its supply chain is on the cusp of taking a major step forward with the potential to realise huge efficiency savings
Moderator: Rosie Hughes, Innovation & Continuous Improvement Lead, AECOM
Nicole Preston, Operational Excellence Director, A14 Integrated Delivery Team
David Anderson, Head of Business Process and Quality, BAM Nuttall Ltd
Martin Bolt, Head of Lean and Continuous Improvement, Highways England
Andrew Evans, Innovation Project Manager, Digital Construction Works
Nov 610:50
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Live Labs: Creating a SMART Connected Community in Aylesbury Garden Town

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 611:10
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Live Labs: Power Roads – Central Bedfordshire’s trial to harvest renewable energy from solar, kinetic and thermal source

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 611:20
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Innovation at Pace: the TIES Living Lab

Tech Innovations Day
Nov 611:40
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Breaking through the SME procurement barrier

Local Authorities Day
Will Britain, Head of Highways & Traffic Management Services, Blackpool Council
Nov 611:40
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Declared a Climate Emergency? What does that mean for Local Authority roads?

Big Thinking
Matthew Lugg, Director of Public Services, WSP
Nov 611:40
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Whole system approach to digital transformation

Tech Innovations Day
Neill Brauders, Head of Augmented Delivery, Mott MacDonald
Nov 612:00
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Connected Vehicle Services

Tech Innovations Day
Jill Hayden, Technical Director, Atkins
Darren Capes, Intelligent Transport Systems Policy Lead, Department for Transport
Nov 612:20
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A future without furniture

Big Thinking
Carole Ciliberti, Director, Capita
Nov 612:20
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Live Labs: Kent’s Local Highways Asset Management Technology Incubator

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 612:20
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Route Strategies

Big Thinking
Planning the future of the strategic road network should reflect national and local aspirations, and be based on firm evidence. The next set of route strategies will bring together information from motorists, local communities, construction partners, environmental groups and across the business. This information will help Highways England better understand the performance of its roads, and shape the investment priorities to improve the service for road users, and support a growing economy.
David Stones, Network Planning Director, Highways England
Nov 612:40
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Highways England with Women in Transport

Big Thinking
Women are underrepresented in the transport sector accounting for only 20 per cent of workers. Sonya and Elaine discuss Highways England’s diversity efforts and its award-winning Returners Programme.
Nov 612:40
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Intelligent systems, dumb approach? What could a connected future really offer

Tech Innovations Day
V2V, V2X, X2X…but these ”intelligent systems” deliver little real value unless they are connected as a holistic system. The session assesses what a connected future could offer?
Peter Vermaat, Head of Connected Vehicles and ITS Technologies, TRL
Nov 612:40
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Live Labs: Thames Valley - integrating traditional infrastructure, smart comms tech and intelligent mobility data

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 613:00
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Developing strategies for a truly diverse workforce

Keynotes
The panel looks at how the highways sector can better appeal to the whole of the talent pool and how it keeps and supports development of everyone who works in highways
Moderator: Sue Percy, CEO, CIHT
Sukhvinder Duggal, Client Director, Atkins
Abigail Oakley, Transport Export, PA Consulting
Caroline Kirk, Head of HR - Highways, Balfour Beatty
Carol Elderfield, Hr Director, Amey
David Innis, Strategic Accounts Director, AECOM
Nov 614:10
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Benefits of a data driven approach

Tech Innovations Day
Jacqueline Hood, Highways Market Lead, Amey Consulting
Nov 614:40
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Here’s one I prepared earlier…

Big Thinking
From cycling on the M6 to high voltage logistics most ideas are not new, we simply haven’t been brave enough to try them before.
Neale Kinnear, Head of Safety, TRL
Nov 614:40
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Live Labs: #KeepWestMidlandsmoving - a collaboration of regional proportions unlocking analytics

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 614:40
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Smart Junctions

Tech Innovations Day
How do we make junctions originally designed to prioritise cars and other vehicles safer for cyclists and pedestrians? TfGM is rolling out Vivacity Labs’ AI ‘smart junctions’, to provide added protection for the increasing number of cyclists and pedestrians in the city during the Covid-19 pandemic.Mark Nicholson, CEO, Vivacity Labs
Nov 615:00
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Live Labs: Developing the use of plastic roads on the local road network in Cumbria

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 615:30
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Managing data risks

Local Authorities Day
With the generation of more and more data associated with our travel and transport activities how do we ensure that what we achieve is fair, safe and usable
Nov 615:30
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Modifying infrastructure to support the full benefits of connected vehicles

Big Thinking
There is a deep-rooted recognitionthat CAM is with us already – especially in its connected form. How do we grow or modify infrastructure to harvest the full benefits of connected vehicles.
Nov 615:50
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Reducing the complexity of supply chain data processing

Tech Innovations Day
Mark Bell, head of transportation and infrastructure, 1Spatial
Nov 616:10
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Towards universal realtime data exchange

Tech Innovations Day
Menno Malta, Chief Executive Officer, Monotch
Nov 616:20
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Live Labs: Extending the concept of a smart highways network from primary roads to a local road network in Staffordshire

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 616:20
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What might the UK’s EV charging infrastructure look like in 2030?

Big Thinking
Nov 616:40
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Live Labs: Smarter Suffolk – upscaling motion-sensitive adaptive lighting across Suffolk’s urban and rural highway networks

Local Authorities Day
Moderator: Giles Perkins, Head Of Future Mobility, WSP
Moderator: Jason Pavey, Market Director Local Transport, Atkins
Nov 617:10
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HUK 2020 Laureates

Keynotes
Celebrating the extraordinary achievements of key individuals in the UK highways sector
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