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.
The latest Government report shows industry leaders how to improve infrastructure delivery through the establishment and development of collaboration in alliances.
JCP was invited to facilitate the steering group involved in delivering this guide. As collaborative working specialists, JCP was also a key contributor in outlining the best approach to achieving success through collaboration.
The report follows the HM Treasury's 'Infrastructure Cost Review' published in July 2014 which established their view that collaboration is the best way to deliver efficient and effective investment in infrastructure.
Simon Vaughan, Director of JCP commented: "We have worked alongside the Government for many years in an advisory role. We are delighted they endorse our view that collaborative working is key to developing world class infrastructure, in turn building strong, sustainable economic growth."
The working group members bought their experiences and best practice examples of collaboration and identified the key attributes to delivering large scale infrastructure projects. The steering group included industry leaders from Network Rail, Highways Agency, Environment Agency, National Grid, BP, TFL, Anglian Water, Thames Water, Crossrail and UK Power Networks.
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Notes to Editor:
JCP specialise in helping major clients, contractors and their supply chains realise the benefits of reduced cost, speedier delivery, increased profit and improved relationships from working collaboratively with each other. They have a 91% success rate in helping clients win work. The company has worked with leading names including Network Rail, National Grid, Highways Agency, Welsh Water, London Underground and Thames Water and with Central Government including DfT, BIS, and HMT Infrastructure UK.Download a PDF version