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Project 13 is an industry-led movement to improve the way high performance infrastructure is delivered, moving from transactional business models to collaborative operating models. It is helping to build a sustainable future for the construction industry, creating a more highly skilled workforce and creating infrastructure that represents better value for all.
Project 13 is not theoretical but based on the combination of best practice examples that have been used across industry. It is being adopted by some of the UK’s largest Infrastructure Owners who are bringing together skills and technologies in a collaborative environment. Dale Evans, Chair, Infrastructure Client Group, and Leader of the P13 Organisation Strand, will explain what Project 13 is and expand on the Principles behind it.
Dale is Chair of the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) and a member of the Project 13 Executive Group. He recently led cross-infrastructure teams in developing the IUK ICG Alliancing Best Practice Report (November 2014) and Code of Practice (2016).
Dale was formerly Director of the Anglian Water alliance, responsible for overall management of the @one alliance, delivering a capital programme of circa £300 million a year and was an Executive member of the @one Alliance Board.
Prior to this Dale held a number of senior management roles in asset management, operations and in the development of international concession contracts. His career has included periods in the US and New Zealand.
Dale is a Chartered Civil Engineer and an MBA. He has three daughters and enjoys sport and the outdoors.
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