By Stuart Maister & Kevin Vaughan-Smith, Joint MDs, Mutual Value

Infrastructure has been among the most transactional industries in the world. We had a senior panel of leaders in the sector to discuss whether this will change because of COVID. The consensus? It has to.

Those on our panel lead, advise and are involved with the biggest projects in the UK and have been leaders in major infrastructure around the world.

  • Tony Meggs chairs Crossrail Ltd and was Chief Executive of the Infrastructure & Projects Authority
  • Jeremy Beeton led the London 2012 Olympic Executive and was Chairman of WYG PLC as well as Merseylink Ltd
  • Chris Lewis is the Leader of EY’s Energy & Infrastructure practice
  • Nick Bliss is Of Counsel at Chatham Partners and a former Managing Partner of Infrastructure at Freshfields

Hear their views on how things have changed because of COVID, why they can’t go back to the way they were before, and what needs to happen for this to be the case. We also heard from a number of senior attendees – the session lasts an hour.

Infrastructure web seminar recording – click on the image above

At Mutual Value we work with organisations who want to be more ambitious about that they can achieve with their customers, suppliers and partners. This is based on a changed mindset, a new skillset and a toolset we have developed, and deliver through consultancy, training and coaching programmes.

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