Examples of Paul’s work are provided in the case studies below. If you would like to know more about his work please get in touch.
Winning work and raising customer satisfaction: Designing a community investment programme for Balfour Beatty
Whilst Paul was Director of Environment and Sustainability for Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK he established a new community investment programme called Involved. Paul’s rationale, which the board ratified, was that the company was not able to answer what else their clients got when they bought its services. Clients knew that Balfour Beatty could build a
Paul has advised three organisation looking at how best to apply the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. For an international multi-services company, Paul was asked to assess the possibilities of using the UN SDGs as a framework for place-making for a brownfield development. Using the Goals to set objectives and targets and designing an effective evaluation
Paul is chair for a series of conferences (2016, 2017 and 2018) on behalf of the Construction Climate Challenge (CCC) hosted by Volvo Construction. His role was to design the format and content for the day, working with speakers to ensure the content was correct and flowed so allowing good engagement with the audience. As a
Paul provided a keynote lecture on the state of current climate change emissions and the current emissions gap at the Construction Climate Challenge conference in Sweden, June 2018. The lecture presented the global situation and then looked at what was happening in Europe. The challenge of meeting emissions gap was presented, namely keeping future emissions at
Paul provides keynote lectures on a range of environmental and sustainability issues affecting business and government. For example, at the TEPFFA (plastic piping federation for EU companies) annual conference, attended by CEOs, senior executives of the leading companies and DGs from the European Commission. At this forum Paul provided a keynote lecture on the current status
Video shows Dr Paul Toyne presenting at the CCC Summit in Sweden 2016. Paul describes the challenges that infrastructure companies, like Balfour Beatty who design, construction, as well as own and operate infrastructures. Paul is available to talk on a range of environmental and sustainability issues.