COMING OUT OF COVID
Delivering the public sector pipeline after COVID
DELIVERING THE PUBLIC SECTOR PIPELINE AFTER COVID
Infrastructure Intelligence has launched a new webinar series to help the construction sector grapple with the key issues as the UK enters the latest stage in the fight against the coronavirus.
The webinars, which will run every Friday at 11am throughout the summer, will focus on the role of infrastructure investment in the economic recovery, building industry resilience, changing business models and communications in the new digital landscape and continue the good work laid by ACE's Navigating COVID-19 series which helped members deal with the immediate issues highlighted in the COVID crisis.
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 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.
Head of Major Infrastructure Tracking
Blake Morgan LLP
Managing Director UK & Europe
On Friday 10 July 2020 at 11am, Coming out of COVID will explore the issues around delivering the public sector pipeline after COVID with a number of guest speakers from Mott MacDonald, Blake Morgan, Pagabo and Infrastructure and Projects Authority. As always the webinar will be compered by Infrastructure Intelligence editor, Andy Walker.