The Institute of Civil Engineers has produced a timely and though-provoking report: “Reducing the gap between cost estimates and outturns for major infrastructure projects and programmes”.
No one wants to see huge overspending and extreme delays on infrastructure projects, and yet this is what is happening. As project delivery specialists, we have to look at why.
Since the announcement of the Government’s new Outsourcing Playbook, we’ve had the chance to have a good read through. Here’s our thoughts on whether it goes far enough.
Use our 10-step programme to ensure your next programme becomes a by-word for best practice.
Rail and utility companies – particularly the water sector – have seen significant benefits from collaboration.
Changing the way you do things is hard. Here are 7 key ways to make collaboration work.
The tendering and bidding process is an exacting one, read Simon Vaughan's advice on making it a success.
Lessons learned from AMP6 delivery and procurement will help water companies to plan for and manage AMP7 when the time comes.
The water industry is halfway through the AMP6, how are you using Collaboration to succeed?
JCP Consultancy perfectly positioned to bring more companies more programme success in 2016.
Think adopting collaborative working techniques will put an end to conflict in your organisation? Think again....
A recent JCP Consultancy survey, in which we spoke to over 100 people within the infrastructure industry, revealed that most people are clear about the benefits of working collaboratively.
Implementing a set of standards does not a collaboration make, says Simon Vaughan. Behaviour has to change too and that's a bit harder.
This government has made it clear that it relies on infrastructure to stimulate and sustain economic growth.
The UK Power Networks 'Principals' Group' scooped up the award for Supply Chain Excellence.
Simon Vaughan takes part in the Smart Highways magazine panel discussion.
The Collaborative Delivery Framework builds an alliance between suppliers that focuses on increasing capabilities and capacity for improved project delivery.
HM Treasury's UK infrastructure client working group has issued a guidance paper on the key elements of successful alliancing in delivery of infrastructure projects.
Increasing trend for collaborative techniques and behavioural improvements sees JCP positioned for growth.
Two more alliances created as part of supply chain deals worth up to £9 billion over 15 years.
The Thames Water Alliance facilitated by JCP Consultancy, receives Construction News nomination for supply chain excellence.
HM Treasury announce 15% saving for UK infrastructure.
JCP Consultancy Consultancy was approached by Global Water Intelligence, the leading international water journal, for the next in their series of market reports.
JCP Consultancy align the right people with the right mind set and objectives to form the latest Government initiative, the Railway Supply Group. The Government are investing £500,000 into the group to secure contracts both in the UK and overseas.
JCP Consultancy apply collaborative approach to Thames Water’s procurement cycle, reducing the process from 18 months to just four.
JCP Consultancy support Anglian Water to create a high performing alliance to deliver £1.3bn AMP6 programme.