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Tim is an Arup Director leading its London Infrastructure Design group. He has extensive experience in the design of big infrastructure and large buildings including almost 30 years of design of underground London. He has worked on many major London projects including Crossrail, Canary Wharf and the London Olympics.
Mel Karam leads Global Asset Management in KPMG, working across more than 25 countries including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, India and Singapore. He has over 25 years of experience in asset management and capital delivery gained in the power and utility industry working at senior executive. He is widely recognized as one of the leading global experts in asset management and is a member of the KPMG Global Infrastructure team bringing global best practice to help infrastructure clients get best value from their existing and new assets through service improvement and cost reduction strategies. He assists clients with strategic planning, investment planning, capital program optimization, supply chain management, asset management, maintenance and operation optimization, Enterprise Asset Management technology and data analytics.
Dominic Thasarathar is Autodesk’s primary thought-leader and evangelist for the Construction, Energy and Natural Resources industries. His focus is the role technology can play in helping companies in these sectors improve performance and respond to changing markets.
Elliott is the Infrastructure Design Manager of the Anglian Water @one alliance.
He is responsible for the water & water recycling infrastructure design teams within the @one alliance, with an AMP6 capital programme of c£300 million. The role also encompasses the duties of the partner company Principal Designer.
Elliott is passionate about Sustainable Urban Drainage solutions (SUDs) and implementing these in challenging urban environments.
Elliott has held a number of design and project management roles within the @one alliance. Prior to this he developed his career within various infrastructure consultancies providing solutions to water companies and other national clients.
Elliott is married with a daughter and is somewhat obsessive about cycling.
Throughout his career Professor Broyd has worked at the interface between industry practice and academic thinking in the construction and infrastructure sectors, including in roles with a formal responsibility for influencing business and government leaders to embrace and drive innovation through their organisations.