Priorities for national infrastructure, building a digital society and how to achieve success through collaboration will be the themes of Lord Adonis' keynote speech at this year's NEC Users' Group annual seminar.
Lord Adonis, Labour peer and former chair of the National Infrastructure Commission will kick off the event which takes place on 20 June at County Hall, central London.
Other speakers include Dr David Hancock, construction director for the Infrastructure and Projects Authority Cabinet Office; David Ferrousatt, development procurement director at Heathrow Airport; Kevin Murray, deputy director at the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and Ian Arbuckle, assistant head commercial at the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO).
Dale Evans, director of the @one Alliance and Emma-Jane Houghton, associate director at KPMG, will talk about ICE’s Project 13
and how it aims to inspire a new value driven approach to infrastructure.
Ian Heaphy of the NEC4 Contract Board will introduce the new NEC4 Alliance Contract (ALC), provide advice on when and why to use it, key aspects of the contract and insight into NEC’s approach to alliancing.
The NEC Users’ Group annual seminar brings together NEC’s international community to debate with experts and industry leaders. NEC users can hear about NEC4, share best practice, get the latest insights from case studies and network with other delegates.
During the afternoon attendees can choose from one of 3 practical workshops, share experiences and improve their knowledge of NEC contracts.
The seminar concludes with the winners of the NEC Awards
which encourage the delivery of projects using the ethos of mutual trust and cooperation.
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