Nick Smallwood, Chief Executive Officer of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, discusses what the newly published National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline and Transforming Infrastructure Performance: Roadmap to 2030 mean for the construction sector and the country's infrastructure.
Following on from Nick Smallwood's blog on the importance of Front-End-Loading, an in depth article on the IPA’s Project Initiation Routemap which provides an early intervention that supports this effective project set up.
We must get the basics of project delivery right. We can start this by adopting the eight principles for project success and keeping them at the forefront of everything we do.
As the Government’s centre of expertise for project, portfolio and programme management, I believe it is crucial we focus on the 3 ‘P’s. By focusing on these three elements, we will ultimately support the delivery of IPA’s vision is to create the best performing projects system in the world.
The IPA has been working closely with the Department for Transport doing internal analysis on recent transport projects with the aim of seeing what we can learn to prevent the same problems occurring in future.
While the principles of successful project delivery are well-rehearsed, this blog provides some key elements the Olympic team identified as ingredients for success.
Meet our Analysis and Insights Unit, the team who house our largest and most important data source: the Government Major Projects Portfolio (GMPP)
IPA's Chief Executive, Tony Meggs, sets out the organisation's priorities for 2018 including supporting EU Exit, prioritising government projects and implementing the new Transforming Infrastructure Performance (TIP) programme.