The transactional model for delivering major infrastructure projects and programmes is broken. It prevents efficient delivery, prohibits innovation and therefore fails to provide the high-performing infrastructure networks that businesses and the public require. Our current processes, systems and relationships have led us to a culture in which we are regularly in conflict with each other and we do not raise issues until it is often too late to mitigate risks appropriately.
The Project 13 Principles, the Cabinet Office’s Construction Playbook and the Infrastructure & Projects Authority’s Transforming Infrastructure Performance all call for long-term, collaborative relationships. Trust is a huge component of building collaboration, but people cannot build trust just by saying ‘trust me’ or writing it into a contract.
This event will look at the different types of trust – between client and supplier, between suppliers working in an Enterprise and between the client and the public / community – and various techniques and tools to help build it at speed, including leveraging data and information.
- Beth West, East West Rail
- @Tony Slater, National Highways
- Dev Amratia, nPlan
- Andy Brown, Anglian Water
- @Jas Kalra, Manchester Metropolitan University
There are a limited number of places in person in the UK on a first come first served basis.
Location: Fora - Borough, 180 Borough High Street London SE1 1LB
Programme (times in GMT)
8:15 Doors open & breakfast
9:00 Panel Discussion
10:00 Networking: 10 am
11:00 Doors close
The event will also be live streamed. We will be recording the event and the recording will be uploaded to the Project 13 Network as soon as possible.
Please note: Third parties, including other delegates, may take pictures or record videos and audio and process the same in a variety of ways - including by posting content across the web and social media platforms.