ResoLex Round Table – 1 February 2018 Building a Supply chain Alliance. A case study from Surrey Highways and Kier Services using a FAC1 framework agreement Speakers David Mosey – Director, Centre of Construction Law, Kings College Keith Coleman, Head of Supply Management, Surrey council Nigel Owers, Commercial... read more →
We are pleased to have a new panel member, Mike Pollard, joining our ResoLex Panel. Mike Pollard B.A (Hons), DipM, MCIPS, MICW is the founder and director of the consultancy Acieca Limited which specialises in providing support on procurement, supply chain management and supporting teams and organisations to collaborate effectively. Mike... read more →
Infrastructure has traditionally been regarded as a low risk, long-term yielding asset class. As a relatively new classification, it has outperformed return projections as it bedded in. As returns from other sectors have been eroded, new investors have been attracted to the segment and existing infrastructure investors have been allocating... read more →
Stephen Blakey, Commercial Projects Director of Network Rail explains about this collaborative approach using a CDF (Commercial Directors Forum). Reading more about CDF HERE.
Paul Cacchioli, Director of G&T Fairway talks about Dispute Avoidance Panels ("DAP") - An innovative approach to conflict management. Read More HERE and Download DAP Guidance
Giles Henday, Partner of CPC talks about the changing collaborative landscape in projects.
I see collaboration as a three Legged stall. The three legs to the stool to create a truly collaborative project are technical intelligence, commercial intelligence, and behavioural intelligence. But before leaping in to the addition of behavioural intelligence to our stool it's worth taking a moment to... read more →
The topic for this month's RADAR Roundtable was use of a number of innovative initiatives introduced by Network Rail to improve the effectiveness of their capital program through enhanced collaboration. The session was led by Stephen Blakey, Commercial Projects Director at Network Rail (NR), and Paul Cacchioli,... read more →
CIOB Chief Executive Chris Blythe talks about the changing construction market and how we should try to move forward.
Self Organising Networks: the valuation of collaborative teams for complex infrastructure projects through Social Networks analysis presented by Stephen Pryke of UCL and Simon Addyman of Self organising Networks. Stephen opened the session with the observation that digital information is fundamentally changing how humans connect and... read more →