Jon Loveday, Director, Infrastructure, Enterprise & Growth at Infrastructure Projects Authority, joins us in episode 59 of the ‘Changing Construction’ podcast, the podcast designed to help people in construction address the big challenges they face, and discuss the key themes across the industry. Here you'll hear from those at the forefront of change, where we break down stigmas and bring awareness to issues and challenges. In this episode, we discuss achieving ‘world-class’ delivery on projects.
Episode 59: Jon Loveday - Achieving ‘world-class’ delivery on projects.
Jon Loveday, Director, Infrastructure, Enterprise & Growth at Infrastructure Projects Authority, joins us on the 'Changing Construction' podcast to discuss achieving ‘world-class’ delivery on projects, covering: what to do when a company is going into administration, understanding the difference of how contractors and clients think, the role of the Infrastructure Project Authority, challenges to the industry, how government mandates can provide new opportunities, and what we can expect to see next from the industry.
Jon has recently joined the IPA following a 30-year career within industry.
As a chartered quantity surveyor, Jon spent the first ten years of his career successfully managing large
construction and infrastructure projects. Working on airports, schools, hospitals, housing, industrial,
leisure retail and commercial schemes. He then spent the next ten years in executive operational,
commercial and procurement roles for two of the largest and fastest-growing tier-1 infrastructure PLCs in
the UK, leading, growing and acquiring businesses.
For the past ten years, Jon has worked as an executive within the utilities sector for Thames Water, BT
Openreach and Clancy. Responsibilities have included business transformation, leading critical national
infrastructure programmes, international supply chain and logistics operations. Jon has developed,
procured and led complex multi-year infrastructure alliance contracts in water, telecoms and energy.
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