Unlocking social value & sustainability for impact

Unlocking social value & sustainability for impact

13th Mar 2024 6:30pm - 8pm
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2024-03-13 18:30:00 2024-03-13 20:00:00 Europe/London Unlocking social value & sustainability for impact 10th Floor, The Ewart, 3 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7EP

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Face to face networking event with presentations on the topics of social value, sustainability including carbon reduction and Scope 3 emissions by local subject matter experts. 

If you have any queries please contact branchevents@cips.org


EVENT VENUE:

MCS Group, 10th Floor, The Ewart, 3 Bedford St, Belfast BT2 7EP 

Registration is from 6:00pm. Great Victoria Street Train and Europa Bus Centre are the nearest public transport options. Street parking is available and free from 6:00pm onward in and around Bedford St. Additional paid car parking is available at the nearby Great Northern Mall Multi Storey Car Park.  


EVENT SPEAKER

Brendan Gallagher

Social Value Manager, AtkinsRealis. 

Brendan is the Social Value Manager at AtkinsRéalis, In this role, Brendan supports and assists key AtkinsRéalis clients to optimise the delivery of Social Value from strategic development, embedding into the procurement process, operational management and measuring the lasting legacy of social value activity. Brendan has over 18 years’ experience in advising and delivery of high profile, complex projects across Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and GB. Brendan’s key role has been developing innovative practise and communicating the social, economic, and environmental benefits of public and private investments. 


Karen Rodgers

Social Value Contracts Manager, AtkinsRealis.

Karen is a Social Value Contracts Manager at AtkinsRéalis, she has successfully delivered social value, positive stakeholder resource requirements outcomes for major infrastructure and building projects. Public and private funded projects, including, Utilities, Highways, Light Rail, Healthcare, Education and Residential. For over 7 years she has been promoting Social Value to drive positive changes, mainly within the construction industry, through offering strategic support to key public clients. Believing that public, private, and third-sector organisations can collaborate better to promote equality of opportunities and economic benefits.