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Project 13 Capable Owner: Changing the capability mix

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Date
20 September 2022
Time
09:00 - 10:30 BST (GMT+1)
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Online
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Overview

Following the success of our first event, ‘What does it mean to be a Capable Owner?’, the Project 13 Capable Owner Pillar team are now delving deeper into the ideal makeup of a Capable Owner team at their next event on 20th September 2022 at 9am BST. With a wide range of perspectives, we’ll be exploring how an organisation can mobilise a broader mix of diverse talent to achieve its aims based on the matrix of individual capabilities.

Hear some direct experiences from:

  • John Grimm, National Highways Smart Motorways Programme with the Project 13 Enterprise team perspective, will share the journey of the latest Project 13 Adopter to create the enabling environment to attract and retain individuals with the right capabilities.
  • Stewart Craigie, part of the British Antarctic Society’s supplier ecosystem, with a supplier’s perspective, including exploring how the supplier can bring innovation earlier in the process.
  • Jo Theobald, Public Sewer Services, will bring an individual’s perspective on how curveball talent can make an impact from someone with a non-traditional background.

You can find out more about the Project 13 Pillars: Capable Owner, Governance, Organisations, Integration and Digital Transformation in the Project 13 Network - a vibrant, knowledge-sharing community for all those interested in delivering infrastructure differently.

Speakers

Andrew Page

Andrew Page

Project 13 Capable Owner Pillar & Anglian Water Services

head of commercial services

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Andrew Page

Andrew has been involved in the creation of the Anglian Water Alliances from their beginnings back in 2004. This started with the creation of the world renowned @one Alliance, the success of which led to more of Anglian’s work being delivered through Alliancing models. The success is now so strong that Anglian’s Alliances have become a fundamental part of the Business Planning process during each regulatory cycle.

Andrew has shared the knowledge gained via Anglian through various forums to promote collaborative working. Acting on behalf of the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG), he conducted a number of ICG Alliancing Best Practice Assessment’s to help newcomers on their journey, and is now the co-chair of the Project 13 Capable Owner Group.

Lucy Howard

Lucy Howard

turner & townsend

director

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Lucy Howard

Originally from the North-East of England, Lucy studied Civil Engineering at Imperial College whilst working on nuclear shutdowns, residential projects, and recarpeting the Albert Hall. She was named NCE Graduate of the Year in 2004 for her contribution to the Kings Cross station redevelopment, before section managing the Kingsland Viaduct reinstatement for the East London Line.

By 26 she was chartered, leading the construction of a new South Quay DLR station, and chairing Constructing Excellence’s G4C. She finished a decade of work as a Principal Contractor improving her division’s work winning rate with excellent technical submissions for Crossrail, London Underground and Network Rail, including time leading the enabling works for the new Liverpool Street station.

In 2013 Lucy moved into programme and project management consultancy with Turner & Townsend to maximise outcomes delivered from clients’ assets; including work with London Overground, Network Rail, Heathrow Express and Heathrow Airport. She has progressed from Operations lead for the South region, to Transport Sector Lead, to Head of Infrastructure Markets for the UK Infrastructure Board. She has been part of the Project 13 movement from chairing the Future Leaders Group in 2017 to Development Board member co-chairing the Capable Owner Working Group now.

She welcomes interest from any individuals of any background across our diverse industry wishing to explore how we can jointly increase Capable Ownership best practice sharing together, so please do not hesitate to get in touch. Lucy is also an active ICE committee member on issues such as Productivity, has partnered with the CBI on their Programmes with Purpose work and is on the London Mayor’s Infrastructure Advisory Panel focused on diversity. Lucy enjoys challenging perceptions of the ‘stereotypical construction leader’ as a working parent who openly shares her experience of recovery from burnout.