At the Constructing Excellence Procurement Group Meeting on 19 March there was considerable debate on the blockers and potential solutions to procuring for value. The following 3 areas were identified as the key enablers:
Value based procurement (behaviours) – removing cost as a main driver
Giving industry momentum, voice and backing
Robust metrics in a standardised framework
To move this forward there is a need to understand the ‘who’. Who are the key leaders? Who is empowered to change this? Who are the influencers? Who are the funders? Who are the blockers?
This will be the focus for the workshop on 21 June, to help understand who is working in this area, who we need to collaborate with and how we can engage key stakeholders.
@ACKEMPO @UKBIMAlliance @MeliusHomes @JenniferCSIC John Pelton from Jacobs kicks off our final session of the day with his reflections on lessons learned from major programmes – it’s all about outcomes (vision led), leadership and collaboration #TCNPlus #TransformingConstruction
@UKRI_News @innovateuk @TeessideUni @nashwan60 @GrantRMills @UCL_CPM @lborouniversity @dundeeuni @soetanto_robby Thank you Alison Nicholl for concluding our second session with questions from the audience – Alison asks, what support do our small project leads need from the people in the room today? Support and collaboration are so important in our mission #transformingconstruction #TCNPlus