Milestone Infrastructure were delighted to attend LCRIG’s Innovation and Learning Festival in Warwickshire. The day saw our Oxfordshire team share insights from innovative solutions we have implemented in partnership with our client, Oxfordshire County Council, to deliver carbon reduction, social value benefits and value for money.

Now in its third year, the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) Innovation and Learning Festival brings together over 600 highways industry professionals, including senior decision makers and representatives from over 70 local authorities across England, Scotland and Wales, for two days of learning, networking, and innovation.

At Milestone, we are committed to sharing our learning to drive progress across the industry. We were thrilled that Milestone’s Head of Technical Design, Phil Raven, was asked to deliver a CPD-certified technical training session at the LCRIG Technical Learning Theatre.

Phil’s session highlighted our carbon reduction innovations in Oxfordshire, including the Wantage Layby 'Living Lab' project and Gipave trials. Attendees also had a chance to see how Oxfordshire’s ‘Pothole Trial Day’ is helping to inform a carbon-aware defect repair strategy in the county.

Find out more about Milestone’s Net Zero Carbon strategy here: Net-Zero Carbon

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