Antony is a successful, seasoned and highly regarded Chief Executive Officer, he has quadrupled bottom line growth in four years and tripled the size of his team. He engages, negotiates and collaborates at the highest levels with governments, multilaterals, non-government organisations, and the private sector, nationally and internationally.
Over the past four years, in partnership with his board, Antony has created ISCA’s vision and strategy. Central to this success is the team Antony has recruited, coaches and mentors, who deal with a complex plethora of external partner and stakeholder needs and expectations, creating increased demand and developing an ever-widening market.
He is a global thought leader and trendsetter in infrastructure funding and finance, project development, delivery governance, risk and opportunity appreciation, specifically with respect to triple bottom line short and long term issues.
Environment, social, economic, and governance; these are the four pillars that make up the quadruple bottom line of sustainability.
Sustainability has been viewed as an add on or additional requirement to existing asset management systems. However, where the four pillars of sustainability are integrated into management systems, it is no longer an “extra”, but an essential.
The pathway from a well-managed asset to a sustainably managed asset is to take a holistic approach over the forecast useful life. Strategic management plans however mostly cover the next five, 10, or at a maximum 15 years, of budgetary spending for the asset.
This presentation will explore how organisations can implement sustainability when operating and managing assets, with relation to the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia’s (ISCA) sustainability ratings scheme.
The IS rating scheme for operations is the first scheme in the world to measure the sustainability performance of infrastructure operations and maintenance. This framework facilitates the integration of sustainability into existing systems and assists in the development of a pathway to continuous improvement.