ESG – why is construction lagging behind?
10th May 2022, 6pm for 6.30pm start
AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues are now front of mind for many organisations, but less so in the construction industry. Many people in construction do not even know what ESG stands for, let alone what is.
In this event, you will have the opportunity to ask questions to our panel of ESG experts and gain a better understanding of what ESG is, why it is important and what is required to effectively implement it.
This is currently a subject that is largely misunderstood. However, with the need to improve environmental performance, financial regulations are increasingly requiring investment decisions to incorporate ESG considerations. Whilst this initially translates into a need for ESG standards, PWC indicate that “firms see their work on ESG as far more than a compliance exercise – it is being viewed as a value creation exercise and a commercial necessity in the market”.
Our panel consists of Tunde Agoro, Head of ESG at Hydrock Consulting, Vicki Reynolds, chief technology officer at i3PT Certification and Philip Collard, CEO at myConsole.
This is your opportunity to get ahead of your competition and appreciate how embedding ESG considerations into your organisation can drive a more purposeful culture to address societal challenges and create a better business.
Panellists (short profiles listed further down):
Tunde Agoro - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tunde-agoro-cenv-aa58084
Vicki Reynolds - https://www.linkedin.com/in/reynoldsvicki @Vicki_Digital
Philip Collard - https://www.linkedin.com/in/philipcollard @myConsoleLtd
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Tunde has an incurable passion for people, places and design and helps clients to transfer their sustainability goals from paper into practice. He leads and drives the delivery of sustainability aspirations/strategies at both organisational and project levels. Tunde works collaboratively with clients to help realise long term value and create socially and environmentally responsible portfolios.
He is a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and Sustainability Consultant with a thorough grasp and understanding of sustainability underpinned by nearly 20 years of hands-on experience in the building, construction and real estate industry.
Tunde is considered a thought leader on environmental/sustainability benchmarking, ESG engagement, corporate responsibility, circular economy as well as health and wellbeing. Consequently, he leads the technical delivery of associated strategies.
Tunde has a varied skill set evidenced by his background in architecture, project management, environmental engineering, sustainable development as well as real estate economics and finance. He is a BREEAM AP, Fitwel Ambassador and WELL AP. He is also a sought-after speaker and visiting sustainability lecturer at the University of Bristol, UWE, Cardiff University and the University of Bath
Vicki is the chief technology officer at i3PT Certification, a provider of independent quality, building safety, and ESG consultancy services, where she heads up technology strategy and implementation for both the SaaS and services sides of the business. During her career in construction Vicki has held roles in information management, BIM management and digital construction across several high-profile projects, delivering digital solutions, implementing new technology, and upskilling individuals and organisations. She is an active member of the digital construction community both locally and globally, sitting as a Women in BIM and UK BIM Alliance ambassador, co-founder of the Digital Twin Fan Club, a member of the CIOB’s special interest group for digital, and part of the IET’s built environment panel. Vicki has written and delivered workshops and lectures on digital construction and information management for audiences in the UK, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, India and China.
Following 25 years leading change programmes with leadership teams across multiple industries and geographies and holding an executive board role as Group BD Director in a global Engineering Consultancy PLC, Philip developed a vision in leveraging digital technology to help organisations transform their behaviours and approaches to successfully achieve meaningful change across workflows and entire life cycles within organisations.
As one of the founders of myConsole, a purpose driven ESG portfolio management platform, Philip is driven to help organisations manage their resources in ways that maximise value for all stakeholders including C-suite leadership teams, employees, communities, supply chains and investors.