Project 13 Events in Oceania

The overwhelming positive feedback received makes it clear that the principles advocated by Project 13 are directly applicable and beneficial to the Australian and New Zealand infrastructure sector.

Over the past month, in partnership with the Australian British Chamber of Commerce and the New Zealand British Business Association, HKA hosted a series of boardroom lunches across the region to introduce Project 13 and to discuss the benefits of its application to the local industry.

Project 13 is an UK industry-led movement to improve the way high performance infrastructure is delivered, with a focus on moving from transactional to collaborative delivery models. It is helping to build a sustainable future for the UK construction industry, creating a more highly skilled workforce and creating infrastructure that represents better value for all.

At the events in Auckland, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, Dale Evans, Executive Advisor at HKA and Chair of the UK Infrastructure Client Group, led the discussions on how Project 13 could help to build a more sustainable future for the Australian Infrastructure Sector.

The overwhelming positive feedback received makes it clear that the principles advocated by Project 13 are directly applicable and beneficial to the Australian and New Zealand infrastructure sector.

The events also highlighted the common challenges in Australia, New Zealand and the UK in making a shift away from defining value through cost-based competition. 

Thanks to everyone who participated in the discussions.

To find out more about Project 13, please contact: DaleEvans@hka.com, DafyddWynOwen@hka.com, or LeeCallaghan@hka.com

To join HKA, please contact: SineadWaldron@hka.com

The overwhelming positive feedback received makes it clear that the principles advocated by Project 13 are directly applicable and beneficial to the Australian and New Zealand infrastructure sector. ”
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