PAS 2080 - carbon management in infrastructure

Reducing the carbon emissions associated with the infrastructure industry.


Infrastructure is associated with half of UK Greenhouse Gas emissions of which 30% are directly attributed to the construction, operation and maintenance of infrastructure assets. 

How we can help 

We help organisations in the construction industry comply with PAS 2080 and move towards a more collaborative, sustainable future by identifying areas of improvement and utilising sector best practice. 

We have created our very own gap analyses tailored to the needs of asset owners/managers, designers, constructers or product/material suppliers to help you identify and realise the changes required for PAS 2080 compliance. 

Benefits of PAS 2080 compliance 

  • Gain an early advantage in global markets 

  • Reduce carbon emissions and costs 

  • Build an innovative culture 

  • Enhance environmental reputation 

  • Engage stakeholders 

What is PAS 2080? 

PAS 2080 is a global standard for managing infrastructure carbon and has been authored to meet World Trade Organization requirements. 

The framework looks at the whole value chain, aiming to reduce carbon and reduce cost through more intelligent design, construction and use. 

PAS 2080 also ensures carbon is consistently and transparently quantified at key points in infrastructure delivery which promotes sharing of data along the value chain. 

Who does PAS 2080 impact? 

PAS 2080 is applicable to any member involved in the delivery of infrastructure including asset owners/managers, designers, constructers and product/material suppliers. 


E-learning module - Reduce Carbon, Reduce Cost 
Developed by the Green Construction Board, this online course helps leaders and practitioners in the infrastructure sector gain a better understanding of how to manage and reduce carbon in infrastructure. 

Available from the Supply Chain School website