Garden Bridge legacy subject of MSc Strategic Management of Projects guest lecture
16 February 2016
Rob Leslie-Carter, award-winning British engineer and Director of Arup, delivered a guest lecture to MSc Strategic Management of Projects students on Project Operational Legacy, using London’s proposed Garden Bridge as a case study.
During the lecture, Rob gave the students a whirlwind tour of the landmark project, its planned operations, and the impact it promises to have on London as a critical piece of infrastructure, an expression of ambition and design innovation, and an educational and social resource.
Dr Efrosyni Konstantinou, Course Director of UCL's MSc in the Strategic Management of Projects said, ‘Rob’s contribution to the class was invaluable as the Garden Bridge project is fascinating in terms of the long-term benefits that it can have for London.’
Rob blogged about the lecture for the Garden Bridge Trust. Read more.
Arup is one of the world’s best-known names in engineering, with a reputation for visionary solutions, independence and quality. Founded in London in 1946 and with a global workforce exceeding 12,000, Arup is known for its deep technical knowledge and a commitment to integrated design.