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Project management, construction environmental management, infrastructure assessment experience at CIRIA, CEEQUAL and now AECOM
Philip has over 15 years’ project management and construction environmental management experience through previous roles at CIRIA (the Construction Industry Research and Information Association), CEEQUAL (the sustainability assessment, rating and awards scheme for civil engineering), and currently as a Principal Consultant within the Business Sustainability Practice Area within AECOM Environment and Planning.
Philip has extensive understanding and knowledge on the key environmental topics influencing infrastructure development including nuisance (dust, noise and vibration), resource management (waste, materials, energy and water efficiency), and ecology & biodiversity during the construction phase.
His understanding was developed through coordinating much of the environmental management collaborative research and practice guidance published, which covered terrestrial, coastal & marine and fit-out site practice and working with wildlife as well as establishing CIRIA’s first project to develop responsible sourcing guidance.
Philip’s previous role in the CEEQUAL Scheme Management Team allowed him to develop a strong understanding of mechanisms for integrating sustainability into a wide range of infrastructure projects. This includes understanding a project lifecycle and the key points for making effective interventions to improve a project’s sustainability and environmental credentials.
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