Infrastructure risk

The Infrastructure Risk Special Interest Group is intended for individuals interested in all aspects of infrastructure risk as it relates to design; construction; management; funding; insurance; technology advances and resilience.

Group Chair: Darren Mullan

Team Members: Sam Olomo, Jemma Boyce, Vinay Shrivastava, Leigh Weston, James Main, Gareth Byatt

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For all other enquiries please contact events@theirm.org


Group aims and objectives

Our overarching aim is to help improve project performance within the Infrastructure space, both in the UK and internationally, by helping to improve the application of risk management thinking and process. In order to achieve this we will help shape and inform the development of ‘best’ practice risk management across projects, programmes and portfolios by providing a platform to:

1) Review existing and emerging risk management tools and techniques

2) Understand specific risks to infrastructure projects – supply chain, contract, natural hazard etc

3) Learn from risk management practice in high profile project case studies

4) Develop guidance for risk management

5) Serve as a forum for networking for risk management practitioners within the Infrastructure community

 
 

Next meeting

Emerging Trends in Infrastructure Risk Management

Date:

Tuesday 20th February 2018

Time:

Refreshments: 13:30

Event begins: 14:00 - 16:30

Location: 

Duff & Phelps
14th Floor, The Shard, 32 London Bridge St, London SE1 9SG

Please be aware that entry to the building is only permissible upon registration for the event.

Attend:

Click here to register now to attend on the day 

Sponsored by: 

Duff & Phelps 


Infrastructure Risk Research

The IRM Infrastructure Risk SIG would like to support some research being conducted by Matthew Hannaway into the extent that cultural factors affect the implementation of risk management in infrastructure projects.

Matthew recently presented at our recent SIG event in Bristol, and the details as to how you can support his research are found via this link.


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