Rob Leslie-Carter is a Director with Arup based in London and Birmingham, and has worked around the world with Arup for 25 years. As well as having held regional group leadership and office leadership roles, as a project management practitioner he specialises in the planning, set-up, leadership and delivery of complex infrastructure and property projects both on client side and as leader of multidisciplinary teams.
His project track record includes the Beijing Olympics Water Cube, the Laban Dance School in London, the New Acton Nishi Development in Canberra, and London’s Garden Bridge.
In 2009 the UK Association for Project Management named Rob in their annual ‘Top 10 Impact List’, highlighting individuals who have the biggest influence on the Project Management profession.
He is a regular public speaker on leadership, project management, organisational culture and the future of work, and is a guest lecturer at the Bartlett at UCL and previously at University of New South Wales.
In April Rob lead authored Arup’s latest Foresight publication, ‘Future of Project Management’. You can download the report, give your feedback and share your ideas from our website www.arup.com/FoPM.
MBA, Imperial College Business School
Diploma of Imperial College in Management
BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering, Bristol University
Green Building Council of Australia Accredited Professional
Certified Practising Project Director (CPPD), AIPM
Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (MICE)
Visiting lecturer in Strategic Management of Projects at the Bartlett @ UCL
Visiting lecturer in Construction Management at the UNSW