Our magazine sharing insight and best practice from experts behind the set-up, delivery and assurance of the world’s most complex major programmes.
Our world is changing. Looking beyond short-term shifts in politics and markets, we are living in a new industrial age, driven by a greater understanding of our planet and the ability to develop new technologies which transform the way we live and work."
Since 1 April 2017, over 1.3 million organisations across England have been able to choose who supplies their water and wastewater services. This is the most significant change in the regulated water industry since privatisation.Read more
Our autumn survey shows tendering conditions in the London fit-out market continue to cool with a noticeable change over the past quarter.Read more
Data, analytics and digital technology are often heralded as the silver bullet to improving productivity in construction. They have the potential to drive immense benefits, but are only part of the picture. So where should we start?Read more
Ageing assets require oil and gas operators to make informed investment decisions: financially commit to late-life asset management or start to decommission in a safe, environmentally sound and cost-effective way.Read more
Jaco van Noppen, Vice President of Operational Excellence identifies how real estate can meet the demands of and shape commercial strategies.Read more
Geopolitical dynamics, changing consumer demands and the globalisation of supply chains are all reshaping global manufacturing. Real estate models need to reflect the pace of change, adopting a data-driven approach to support and drive business decisions.Read more
In India we find a country with huge potential for growth, but also a need to understand the unique market to guarantee outcomes.Read more
Michael Salvato, Director and Program Executive, MTA Enterprise Information and Asset Management, asses the role of data to build a business case for moving essential infrastructure into the 21st century.Read more
Too many organisations don’t set up their programmes in a way which will drive performance and maximise productivity. But a new generation of major UK infrastructure projects and programmes provide the momentum to deliver change.Read more