Delivering Enterprise Models in the UK Rail Sector
4 July 2022, 09:00-15:00
RIA Offices, Westminster (in-person only, limited
We would like to invite you to our first event
on Enterprise Models in the UK Rail Sector, organised and run by Network Rail (NR), the Civil
Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) and the Railway Industry Association
The aim of the event
is to generate a discussion on how to co-create and co-develop a Target
Enterprise model for Rail through targeted workshops. We will be joined by John Halsall, Regional Managing Director, Network Rail, and Beth West, CEO, East West Rail.
is a desire to see transformation in the way that infrastructure construction
activity is developed and delivered in the UK. This is driven by UK Government
policy, including the Construction Playbook and Transforming Infrastructure
Performance: Roadmap to 2030. In response, major public infrastructure clients
are revisiting their delivery models for future work programmes.
Network Rail is one
such organisation. As part of its planning for procurement of work under CP7
2024-29, Network Rail regions are developing proposals for the way they will
procure and deliver projects. New approaches will look at how the rail industry
as a whole can work collectively to drive better outcomes. This includes
implementation of the Infrastructure Client Group’s Project 13 model, as well
as new approaches to alliancing. Projects and programmes including Transpennine
Route Upgrade, Southern Integrated Delivery, East West Rail, and Levenmouth
Reconnected are all testing Project 13 approaches with potential for wider rail
change will require Network Rail’s suppliers to understand, and align with,
these new models. This proposal offers suggestions as to a structure for such
was thus proposed that a Supplier Readiness Programme be developed using a
progressive approach to the development of learning products. The benefit of
this approach is that it allows those involved in the process to themselves
undergo learning while also rapidly developing lasting training products to
benefit the wider rail supply chain. This programme will be developed and
promoted by a collaboration of Network Rail, the Civil Engineering Contractors
Association, and Railway Industry Association.
a first step, NR, CECA and RIA have decided to set up an initial workshop,
which will allow Network Rail to explore with its suppliers what are the key
challenges that they foresee with the emerging commercial models for CP7. The
event will take place at RIA offices, and it will include keynote speeches
by John Halsall, Regional Managing
Director, Network Rail, and Beth West,
CEO, East West Rail. These will be followed by four workshops on enterprise
models, where representatives from NR, clients and suppliers will be sharing
their experience with these models and challenges they have faced. The aim of
these workshops is to create a discussion where the audience can provide
feedback on potential solutions to these challenges, which NR can then use to
develop guidance on each of the issues raised.
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