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18-20 June 2019

Telford International Centre, UK

Steve Moore

Having spent many years working in the construction industry, Steve now helps lead the Environment Agency, one of the largest environmental bodies responsible for protecting the environment and reducing flood risk.

After 20 years working for Tarmac and then Carillion on a range of major construction projects, Steve has enjoyed a number of senior leadership roles at the Environment Agency spanning the last 18 years, most recently being his appointment to Director of National Operations (Asset & Programme Management) where his role impacts 10000 staff and £1bn per annum. 

Steve is responsible for the operational leadership of our approach to asset and programme management, looking to manage risk in an effective way and ensure our tens of thousands of assets across the business perform as intended.

Steve also leads the collaboration with our major and SME contractor and consultant national frameworks where we look to utilise the breadth of industry skills and experiences as part of our aim to sustainably protect more people and communities. 

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