Summer members' meeting

Location: Institution of Civil Engineers, 1 Great George St, London SW1P 3AA

Date: Thursday 19th May 2022

Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm

Cost: Free to employees of GIRI member companies (By invitation only.)

This is the second members' meeting of the year, and will take place in person at the ICE, 1 Great George St, London.

Numbers are limited so register now to secure your place! This event is only open to employees of GIRI member companies.

At our summer meeting some of our most active members will share their experiences of implementing GIRI principles to improve their business. They will talk about what they are doing, the improvements they have seen - and perhaps even measured - and any learning points they have benefited from. 

All attendees are invited to join us for networking over a light buffet lunch which will be served directly after the formal proceedings - please indicate on the registration form whether you are able to stay for lunch, and any dietary requirements.


Ajoy Dua, senior project manager, Heathrow.

Cargo Tunnel 2.0 

Ajoy will talk about how Heathrow has used the restart of a complex tunnel project to pilot strategic initiatives ahead of its next regulatory period, including:

  • Digital transformation
  • An enterprise delivery model
  • Offsite construction
  • Design for equality, diversity and inclusion

Putting the GIRI principles into action was a key part of the new approach to delivering this project.

Clare May, quality manager & George Slattery, senior quantity surveyor, Brymor. 

Fully implementing GIRI at Brymor

  • Moving away from just paying lip service to the GIRI message
  • Brymor’s journey so far in implementing GIRI as an integral part of the business
  • On the brink of discovering GIRI events that can enhance Brymor’s profitability

Duncan Aspin, HSEQS director, VolkerStevin.

Quality Ripple – Improvement through engagement. 

Duncan will talk about strategy development and achieving ownership through engagement using a positive, inclusive and future focused approach to reduce errors, improve consistency and create a positive quality culture.

Steve Williams, principal discipline expert (buildings and civils), Network Rail.

What we are doing to avoid error; a client's perspective

How engineering assurance of buildings and civil engineering works on the railway is helping to get things right and avoid error.

Mark Ollerton, Commercial Delivery Director (Major Projects), National Highways

An overview of National Highways' draft 'Right Every Time' playbook

Registration is now closed.

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