Pipeline Industries Guild President - John Murphy, CEO, Murphy Group
Having grown up and spent my working life in the pipeline and utility sector, I was pleased and honoured to have taken up the role of President of the Guild this year. I’m looking forward to playing my part and helping us deliver on the next stages of our 2025 strategy.
Despite the challenges we face from the COVID19 pandemic and resulting economic recession, I strongly believe we can still make a difference. Investment in infrastructure
can drives economic recovery, creates jobs and invigorates the communities where we live and work.
The Guild is well known for supporting education and awareness of the essential works its members do every day. I’m keen we take the opportunity to build on that. We should be looking at promoting topics that have dropped down the agenda; share best practice and successes; and drive innovative and creative thinking.
Personally, I’m excited about the role we can play while we do this. As our government embraces the need to be Net Carbon Zero by 2050, there will be significant opportunities for us to develop new markets, new technologies, embrace innovation and to develop the next generation of talent.
By working together, we can clearly show the benefits of our capabilities to the country. We have a real opportunity to lead sustainable solutions, thereby attracting the next diverse generation of people into the sector.
I’m looking forward to engaging with you all to position the Guild and its members as a sector that is playing its part for a more sustainable future.
PIG President and CEO, J Murphy & Sons Ltd
Pipeline Industries Guild Chair, Jason Wilson, Programme Manager, Severn Trent Water