Resilience through Collaboration

CSC Services were supporting the Institute of Water’s Scottish Area Seminar last week as part of its ongoing commitment to network and collaborate with water industry professionals.

Held at the Howden Centre in Livingston, collaboration was a strong theme throughout the day which focused on ‘Risk and Resilience’ in the Scottish Water Industry.

Roseanne Cunningham, a Scottish politician who is the Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform delivered the keynote address. Ms Cunningham talked about the challenges facing the water industry and the role of collaboration and working in partnership in addressing those challenges.

The Seminar had an impressive line-up of speakers with both the Drinking Water Inspectorate and Water Industry Commission represented. The challenges for investment and strategic capacity were considered by Scottish Water’s Director of Capital Investment Mark Dickinson and Steve Canney from Alliance Partner Amey-Black & Veatch.

Mark lemon, Managing Director of CSC Services commented:

“Collaboration is clearly a key factor in delivering a resilient water industry for Scotland. This Seminar provided an excellent forum for all involved to come together to understand the specific context of many of the challenges being faced.”

CSC Services will continue with its programme of networking at the North East’s Meet the Buyer event this Thursday (15 September). Hosted by Constructionline the event brings together contractors and public sector buyers from the area and nationwide about upcoming work contracts.

Institute of Water Scottish Area Seminar