isurv authors - Pimlott, Steve

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Author
Steve Pimlott
Job title and company
Consultant, Ove Arup & Partners Limited
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Biography

Steve Pimlott BA (hons), Dip TP, MRTPI is a chartered town planner with a strong understanding of strategic through to commercial issue associated with infrastructure. He has diverse experience working in both the public and private sector in a variety of roles. In 2009 he left the public sector to join Arup. Starting in the firm’s planning policy and economics business, Steve has worked across several parts of the business including infrastructure, energy consulting and advisory management consulting.  

His skills set and experience are varied, covering a broad range of sectors ranging from R&D to due diligence, business planning to master planning, and strategy and policy to infrastructure feasibility and business case development. Steve was a contributory author to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Commercial and Strategic Guidance for Heat Networks published in 2016. He provides business planning advice to Transport for the North as part of its progression towards becoming a Sub-national Transport Body for the North of England, and is currently managing and advising on a number of collaborative R&D projects focused on decentralised energy and transport infrastructure.

 

Company biography

Arup is a leading global firm of 11,000 designers, planners, engineers and consultants providing a diverse range of professional services to clients around the world with local knowledge and global expertise. From 90 offices in 38 countries, the firm delivers innovative projects across the world with creativity and passion. The firm is the creative and inspirational force behind many of the world’s most innovative and sustainable planning, building and infrastructure projects. 

Founded in 1946 with an enduring set of values, Arup’s unique trust ownership fosters a distinctive culture and an intellectual independence that encourages collaborative working. This is reflected in the how the firm develops meaningful ideas, helps shape agendas and delivers results that frequently surpass the expectations of its clients. Arup’s people are driven to find better ways to deliver better solutions for clients.

Collaborating as a network gives the firm a unique perspective on the complex challenges across the built environment, including energy, water, mobility and cities. It enables the Arup to combine different skills more effectively and cooperate to grow new skills, to deliver the best solutions for its clients.