Deciding integration - Alliancing Code of Best Practice for Infrastructure Alliancing

This page explains the 'Deciding integration' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid. This grid helps to understand who needs to do what, at what stage, for a successful infrastructure alliance.

The 'Deciding integration' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid for Infrastructure Alliancing

Deciding integration

The following aspects of integration should have been achieved during the Deciding to Alliance phase:

  1. Planning for an integrated delivery team:
    • The proposed delivery organisation is highly integrated, recognising that in an alliance model the client team are part of the execution plan or project - not that the project is being transferred to a third party.
    • ‘Best for project’ selection principles have been established, providing a clear approach of how teams will be brought together from across the Alliance.
    • The environmental enablers for collaboration, such as co-location and collaborative systems, have been identified and are covered in an implementation plan.

Case studies

The following case study provide a detailed look at how organisations have used alliances and the lessons that have been learnt.

What comes next?

The next cell in the Alliancing Code of Practice grid is Deciding leadership

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Deciding integration cell of alliancing grid
The 'Deciding integration' cell of the Alliancing Code of Practice grid for Infrastructure Alliancing

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Deciding leadership

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