Mark Enzer OBE FREng is a keen champion of outcomes-focused systems-thinking, collaborative delivery models, digitalisation, connected digital twins and the circular economy in the built environment. Mark is the Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor in the digitalisation of the built environment at the University of Cambridge. As Strategic Advisor at Mott MacDonald, Mark provides advice to key clients on digitalisation and broader industry transformation. Previously, Mark was the CTO of Mott MacDonald and the Director of the Centre for Digital Built Britain, where he was the Head of the National Digital Twin programme. Mark was the lead author of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, published by HM Treasury.
Title: Outcomes, Systems, and Interventions
Abstract: It’s time that we saw the built environment differently, not as a series of construction projects, but as a system of systems whose explicit purpose is to enable people and nature to flourish together for generations. This presentation will briefly explore the connection between outcomes, systems and interventions and make a case for adopting an ecosystem of connected digital twins to increase the performance of our existing built environment and improve the delivery of new infrastructure assets.