Organiser: Liverpool Construction Best Practice Club
Location: Peter Jost Upper Lecture Theatre, LJMU
The Government Construction Strategy (2011) represents the latest evolution of the improvement agenda and challenges the industry to innovate and provide better value in public sector construction projects.
It is structured around the main themes of wide-ranging procurement reform, greater efficiency, implementation of more effective cost and value benchmarking and new priorities for sustainability & low carbon construction.
This means that the industry, contractors and other suppliers must adapt and innovate to meet these challenges in order to remain competitive in the public sector construction market.
This awareness raising seminar will be led by the Liverpool Construction Best Practice Club, and supported by Room4 Consulting's experts.
The event will present an overview of the 'strategic context' and will provide delegates with advice on how their organisations can innovate and adapt to meet the objectives set out in the Government's Construction Strategy and to remain competitive in the public sector construction market.
16:30 Coffee and refreshments
16:50 Welcome and introductions
17:00 The Government's Construction Strategy: The Strategic Context
17:15 Responding to Procurement Reform – Katy Harris, Principal Consultant – Room4 Consulting
17:30 Achieving the Efficiency Agenda – Andy Spooner, Operations Director – Room4 Consulting
17:45 Performance Measurement and Benchmarking – Vicky Hutchison
18:00 Sustainability and the Low Carbon Construction Action Plan – Andrew Ainsworth, Associate Director – Room4 Consulting
18:15 Questions and Discussion
18:30 Networking opportunity