Simply building an asset is no longer enough; Infrastructure has to be sustainable in both its design and delivery. The next generation of infrastructure will need to focus on sustainability at its core and be delivered within the framework of environmental net-gain.
Our Sustainability group is made up of some of the UK’s most progressive companies in our sector committed to sustainable working practices and outputs. Our group works across our industry to highlight best-practice and champion innovation.
As with our other groups, we regularly respond to government consultations, but we also focus on understanding what the particular sustainability challenges are across our diverse industry.
Membership is also an opportunity to demonstrate sustainable credentials and help deliver tangible improvements for the wider sector.
The group meets quarterly. Members include representatives of the following ACE member companies: Acclaro, Adnitt Acoustics, AECOM, Amey, BWB Consulting, Cundall, Currie Brown, Curtins, Fairhurst, Tony Gee, GESL, Hoare Lea, Jacobs, Mott MacDonald, Parker-Wilson, Pick Everard, Ramboll UK, SWECO and WSP.
The Chair is Natalie Cropp of Tony Gee.
Greener Regeneration Investment Fund
Paper exploring potential of new approach to regeneration by CLC.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
National infrastructure and construction procurement pipeline 2020/21
Detailed member-only briefing on the IPA's analysis of the upcoming public sector pipeline.
Report launch: the five capitals approach
Slides from our webinar on the five capitals approach.
Measures for Successful outcomes: the five capitals approach
ACE discussion paper on new approach to procurement.
Budget 2020 - Initial briefing
Three page briefing on major announcements at Budget 2020.
Budget 2020 - Detailed analysis
Detailed member-only analysis of Budget 2020.
ACE Manifesto: Infrastructure for everyone
Outlining a raft of policies ready for all political parties to engage with.
How can we accelerate the delivery of a sustainable built environment?
ACE discussion paper.
ACE letter to Sir John Kingman
Sir John Kingman
Policy Briefing - Manifesto comparison 2017
We compare the offering for infrastructure from the three major parties.
Electricity Interconnection and Storage
ACE responds to the National Infrastructure Commission's Call for Evidence.
Electricity Market Reform: Generating Results
Exploring the growing need for investment in the UK's energy sector.
Infrastructure Investment Series: Green investment Bank
ACE explores the potential for a green investment bank.
ACE's introduction to carbon pricing.
Sustainability - Terms of Reference
Carbon Capture and Storage
ACE outlines its position on carbon capture and storage.