CECA members are invited to join ICE members to an evening talk on the formation of Project 13, the principles behind it and early adopters.
Project 13 is an industry-led movement to infrastructure delivery models that fail not just clients and their suppliers, but also the operators and users of our infrastructure systems. It seeks to develop a new business model – based on an enterprise, not on traditional transactional arrangements – to boost certainty and productivity in delivery. The ICE and CECA, alongside other key industry players, have been developing this new approach to project delivery since 2017 and are now keen to share their proposals with you. The South West regions of ICE and CECA are among the first to collaborate on the roll-out of Project 13. Be ahead of the game and join us in Bristol to learn more.
Simon Murray will explain what Project 13 is and expand on the principles that sit behind it.
Kevin Tozer (Network Rail) will expand on how Project 13 principles are being embedded by the early adopters within Network Rail, outlining the challenges and lessons being learned.
The event is free and open to all.
Date: Tuesday 1 October 2019
Time: Sandwiches and refreshments are available from 18:00 with the talk commencing at 18:30 and should finish no later than 20:00
Venue: University of Bristol, Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Queen’s Building, University Walk, Bristol BS8 1TR
If you wish to attend please notify Sharon Brown rather than book directly with the ICE. We will then notify the ICE how many CECA people will be attending.