About Infrastructure Intelligence

Infrastructure Intelligence – who are we?

Infrastructure Intelligence is a new independent information resource which sits at the heart of knowledge management in the growing infrastructure design, delivery and operation sector of the built environment.

We provide quality information to unite the multiple and often diverse professions involved in the infrastructure supply chain, creating a communication and knowledge transfer tool to help the whole community to take advantage of the growing business opportunities in the sector.

With decent modern infrastructure now accepted as key to economic development and success in the UK and around the world, Infrastructure Intelligence provides the expertise that will be increasingly critical to businesses and individual professionals in staying ahead of their rivals.  

Our editorial ethos is unashamedly forward looking.  While delivering the latest news is interesting, understanding how it can drive your business forward is more useful. Infrastructure Intelligence exists to provide the analysis, comment and insight that business leaders need to compete in the exciting and expanding world of infrastructure planning, design, management and maintenance.

Infrastructure Intelligence is produced by Victoria Street Capital Ltd, the new publishing and events arm of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering which has been set up specifically to help the industry to effectively market its activity. 

Owned by the industry; acting on behalf of the industry. Delivering the intelligence that is critical to success in infrastructure.

The views expressed in Infrastructure Intelligence do not necessarily reflect or represent the views of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering.


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The Infrastructure Intelligence team

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    Andy Walker



    Andy took over as editor of Infrastructure Intelligence in July 2016, having worked on the title since December 2015. He has extensive experience in the consultancy and engineering sector having previously worked for ACE for more than a decade as its communications and public affairs director. During that time he worked closely with many of the UK's leading consultancy and engineering firms helping to raise their and the industry's profile to a wider audience. Andy has worked in a number of senior communications roles in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He has also worked for a campaigning charity in the health sector and a high-profile national environmental NGO, where he held responsibility for all marketing, communications and public affairs strategy. Andy has recently worked client side helping to promote the funding, development and construction of the UK's newest football stadium at Broadhurst Park in Manchester. Andy is also a member of the International Building Press, the membership organisation that brings together journalists and communications professionals involved in the construction, architecture, housing and property sectors.
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    Ryan Tute



    Ryan is a reporter with more than two years’ experience in journalism. After attaining his NCTJ qualifications during an intensive 17-week course with the Press Association in 2014, Ryan went on to write for a number of local newspapers in London, Blackpool and Dundee. He has experience of publishing many stories surrounding UK infrastructure with articles concerning Crossrail, HS2, large scale housing developments and renewable energy projects. Before embarking on a career in journalism, he gained his BA Hons degree in Public Policy at the University of Glasgow.
  • James Ketchell

    Contributing Editor


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    Brian Nolk

    Commercial Director


    VSC is the commercial arm of the ACE group. VSC runs the larger of the group’s conferences and other events and is also the publisher of Infrastructure Intelligence. Brian is formerly the Managing Director of DeHavilland, a leading source of political intelligence for the UK and the EU. Brian has a Masters degree in Economics from Columbia University in New York and he has run a number of research, publishing and events groups in Toronto, Sydney, Geneva, New York, Dubai and London.