Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure works with private and public sector organisations to design, build and optimise their real estate and infrastructure assets.
From inception to delivery, we apply our combined property and infrastructure expertise to achieve more from the entire built environment.
Lawrence Waterman, director of Health and Safety at the £8bn Battersea Power Station development, was the keynote speaker at the 24th annual Capita Safety lecture at the Royal College of Surgeons in London.
His lecture - ‘Out of Site: Health, safety and well-being beyond the construction site boundary’ - looked at how site teams are working with their local communities to transform public perceptions of health, safety and well-being.
Other speakers included Jonathan Schifferes of the RSA (Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) whose talk – entitled ‘Building for well-being’ – focussed on public services, communities, and the built environment and Heather Beech from the event’s media partner – SHP magazine
A record number of guests including key clients and senior Capita personnel attended the event which was hosted by Peter McGettrick, Capita’s director of health and safety.
Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure work with public and private sector organisations to design, build and optimise their real estate and infrastructure assets. From thought to finish, we apply our combined expertise to achieve more from the entire built environment.
We build competitive advantage through intelligently applied real estate and infrastructure solutions and enhance our clients’ standing in a forever-changing world.