The Purpose and Impacts of ISCA: A Practitioner’s Perspective

The kinds folks over at ISCA invited me to write a guest post for their refreshed website, so I thought Id take the opportunity to talk about the purpose of the organisation and the impacts that it has had and is having in the construction and infrastructure industry across Australia and New Zealand. Head here... Continue Reading →

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Celebrating the Wonderful Women in Infrastructure

In my last post I mentioned that one of the topics I wanted to talk about was about women in sustainability or women in infrastructure more broadly. Well, the lovely folks at ISCA gave me a good reason to get my backside into gear and commit my thoughts to page (well, screen more accurately!) by... Continue Reading →

A Humbling Experience

Last week I was highly honoured and incredibly humbled to receive the 2017 ISCA Individual Leadership in Infrastructure Sustainability Award. It was genuinely humbling to be singled out in amongst a wealth of individuals and teams that are doing some absolutely fantastic work in this space. It was also humbling for all the congratulations I've... Continue Reading →

Developing a Business Case for Sustainability Initiatives in Infrastructure – Free Webinar to Stream or Download!

I've had the enormous privilege over the past three plus years of being Co-Chair of the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia's (ISCA) Contractor's Working Group. At the end of last year, and with much hard work from a talented bunch of sustainability professionals in the construction sector, we published a "How to" Guide on development... Continue Reading →

Developing a Business Case for Sustainability – A “How To” Guide

It was with great pleasure that I, along with my ISCA Contractor’s Working Group Co-Chair, launched our “How To” Guide for Developing a Business Case for Sustainability Initiatives in Infrastructure at the Annual ISCA Conference last month. By the way, this blog isn’t intended to be just all about ISCA or the ISCA conference, although... Continue Reading →

What is Next? Improved Integration of Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Concerns in Infrastructure Delivery I Say

As I mentioned in my previous blog post I was particularly interested and moved by one of the excellent presentations given at the recent ISCA Annual Conference. This presentation, delivered by Liz Root , Principal Sustainability Advisor, Auckland Transport and Berenize Peita, Ngāti Te Ata Waiohua, Mana Whenua Representative, was an outline of the initial phases of the City Rail... Continue Reading →

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