Join us online on Wednesday, February 24th from 12 – 1pm for a webinar on “Embodied Carbon in Transportation Infrastructure”.
We have three exciting speakers lined up who are actively playing their part to increase awareness of embodied carbon considerations in the infrastructure industry. They will present industry practice and highlight major opportunities to reduce embodied carbon with a special focus on Concrete Pavements. They will also deep dive into interdependencies with operational carbon such as the impact on vehicular efficiency.
Jeremy Gregory is a research scientist in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Executive Director of the Concrete Sustainability Hub at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He studies the economic and environmental implications of engineering and system design decisions, particularly in the area of materials production and recovery systems. Jeremy has applied these methods, often with industry partners, to a range of different products and industries including pavements, buildings, automobiles, electronics, consumer goods, and waste treatment and recovery.
Tim Smith, P.Eng., MSc. Eng. is the Senior Director, Built Environment, Transportation and Public Works for the Cement Association of Canada (CAC) responsible for providing technical expertise and promotional support to internal and external customers related to transportation infrastructure cement and concrete products. Tim was also the former Director of Transportation & Public Works for the CAC where he worked as a technical expert on concrete pavements, roller compacted concrete pavement, engineered soils and brownfield remediation.
Shane Mulligan, P.Eng, is the Senior Director, Western Region with the Cement Association of Canada, based in Calgary, Alberta. Shane has over fifteen years experience in a variety of civil engineering sectors, from consulting in stormwater and solid waste management to concrete product design. In his role with the Cement Association of Canada, Shane has been responsible for the technical promotion of concrete pavements, along with the sustainability benefits of cement and concrete in both buildings and transportation infrastructure.