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16th May 2018 at 12:00 pm

How do SME's get involved in major projects?

Half Day Seminar

Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 1 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA


How do SME's get involved in major projects?
16th May 2018
Institution of Civil Engineers, London, 1 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA

12:00Registration and lunch
 
12:30Chair's introductionRob Brighouse
Non-Executive Director
Network Rail Ltd
12:35How has the role of SME's changed over the last 15 years?Mike Robinson
Managing Director
Berkshire Consultancy Ltd
12:50The (Private Sector) Client's view on how SME's add value to Major ProjectsDean Fell
Head of Group Category Management - Indirect Procurement
Rolls-Royce plc
13:10Do Public Sector organisations sufficiently harness the value of SME's?David Haimes
Regional Investment Programme Director
Highways England
13:30Discussion
 
14:10Who is in charge, Project Director or Procurement Department?Matt Harris
Supply Chain Analyst
Costain Ltd
14:30SME Collaboration, The collection of specialistsStuart Westgate
Senior Partner
The Nichols Group
  Liz Baker
Consultant
The Nichols Group
14:55Discussion
 
15:20Coffee
 
15:45Chair of the Panel DiscussionDr Nelson Ogunshakin
Chief Executive
Association for Consultancy and Engineering
15:50Panel provocations: What does the future look like for attracting SMEs into major projects?Alice Hands
Sustainable Procurement Manager
Sir Robert McAlpine
  Maya Jani
Heathrow Expansion Procurement Director
Heathrow Airport Ltd
  David Staniforth
Technical Director
AECOM
  Ian Baxter
Development Director
SLC Rail
16:45Closing discussionRob Brighouse
Non-Executive Director
Network Rail Ltd
17:10Chair's closing commentsRob Brighouse
Non-Executive Director
Network Rail Ltd
17:20Close