Hubbard said technology is “important, but unless you change your mindset that we’re talking about standardized kits of parts, so you don’t really have to have everything bespoke, it’s gimmicky and peripheral.” will remain in the market,” he said.
“The ultimate point in all of this is to take it to the extreme and put sustainability and ESG truly at its core. That’s where we get real circularity.”
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About Richard Hubbard
Richard Hubbard is an ISG director who joined the company in 2010. Richard’s career has spanned diverse organizations such as Cambridge University, ACCA and AECOM, and he has led teams in a variety of disciplines including education, accounting and consulting. His role as director includes global oversight of sustainability, communications and award-winning films. Richard has led strategy, sustainability goals and vision, led cultural and innovative programs and initiatives, and helped ISG win awards including the coveted Queen of International Trade Award. rice field. building magazinecontractor of the year (over £300m).
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