In December, CYP Design & Construction Joint Venture (CYP D&C) and impact measurement specialists Think Impact won the 2020 SIMNA Award for Collaboration in Social Impact Measurement for their work on the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project.
The project to date has entailed three simultaneous Social Return on Investment (SROI) reports, involving over 250 stakeholders as part of CYP D&C’s work on the $11bn Melbourne Metro Tunnel infrastructure project.
Understanding the social value created
This project is providing an important opportunity to understand both the social and economic value that can be created through major infrastructure investments.
Forecast SROI studies have been completed on (a) the employment opportunities provided for people facing barriers to employment (b) the employment opportunities provided for trainees and cadets and (c) the social procurement of social enterprises and Aboriginal businesses.
In the words of the Judges:
“This project evidences very high levels of collaboration - across a consortium and with stakeholders - to build a story of impact deep in the supply chain.”
“The theory of change is comprehensive and provides a clear picture of the impact to the whole ecosystem. The value of the process for social change at scale is compelling.”
Join us to find out more!
Lisa McGhee, Lead Doer and Connector
Meet our Speakers
Kate Rowan, Sustainability Adviser, CYP Design & Construction:
CYP D&C brings together three leading construction partners Lendlease, John Holland and Bouygues Construction.
Natasha Rees, Senior Consultant, Think Impact:
Think Impact is a social impact consultancy working to create positive change for business, government, philanthropy and the community.