A ticket to TransCity Rail gives you direct access to the leaders of the rail industry delivering £billions of investment, the latest insight on Crossrail, East-West Rail, HS2 and more...
Meet with procurement decision-makers and gain a clear understanding of the huge volume of opportunities available for the supply chain.
As the effects of climate change become ever more apparent on the management of our transport systems, Arup will lead a discussion on how we (whether clients, partners or guardians) of our rail infrastructure assets can work more effectively as a team to instil resilience constrained by limited budgets.
- Mona Sihota, Network Technical Head of Drainage and Off-Track, Network Rail
- Sharon Lee, Director of Transport Asset Management, Arup
- Chris Pearce, Value Management Director, Network Rail
- Councillor Martin Wrigley Executive Member for Homes, Communities & Cost of Living Crisis
- Tim Walden, Capital Delivery Director Southern Region, Network Rail
- Richard Moody, Head of Strategic Planning (Freight & Network Strategy), Network Rail
- Kevin McNally, Head of Asset Investment – Rail & Sponsored Services | Engineering & Asset Strategy, Transport for London
- Felix Chamberlain, Head of Sustainability, Network Rail
- Christopher Harris, Carbon & Sustainability Manager, East West Rail
- Mark Fenton, Carbon Manager, HS2
- Amy Dickinson Head Of Sustainability, South Western Railway
- Costas Panagiotakopoulos, Energy Manager, South Western Railway
The successful delivery of £billions worth of infrastructure investment is dependent upon an innovative and well-informed supply chain, which works in tandem with key rail industry stakeholders.
During this conversation, we look at the changing face of procurement as we transition towards Great British Railways and the impacts this will have across the whole industry. In a sector striving to eliminate carbon, create circular economies, protecting our natural environment and biodiversity whilst demonstrating social values, this transition must incorporate these factors whilst not forgetting passenger needs.
- Jim Vincent, Head of Procurement, Transport for London
- Carol Williams, Head of Procurement, Laing O'Rourke
- Ann-Marie Morrison, Client Account Director for Network Rail, Costain
These times and invited speakers are subject to change without notice