The most high-profile infrastructure projects are covered by this group, including Crossrail, the Thames Tideway and HS2.
Our Major Projects group explore the major issues which affect the planning and delivery of these mega-projects, from skills shortages to financing and funding issues via productivity. Where possible we engage stakeholders across the sector on a regular basis – including Network Rail, Transport for London, Highways England or major property builders.
The group informs ACE’s thought-leadership in this area producing innovative yet tangible proposals to improve productivity and project delivery, regularly responds to government consultations, holds events and writes articles for the trade press.
The group meets every quarter. Members include representatives of the following ACE member companies: AECOM, Amey, Arup, Jacobs, Mott MacDonald, Ramboll UK, Scott Wilson Group and WYG.
Dave Barwell of AECOM
Autumn Budget 2018: ACE Submission
ACE submission to HM Treasury in advance of the Autumn Budget 2018.
Policy Briefing - Manifesto comparison 2017
We compare the offering for infrastructure from the three major parties.
National Infrastructure Assessment
ACE respond's to National Infrastructure Commission call for evidence
Explores the investment process and procurement landscape in a holistic way.
Delivering our strategic networks
ACE makes the case for a Department for Infrastructure.
Armitt Commission Review Consultation
ACE responds to Armitt Commission review.
Infrastructure Investment Series: State Investment Bank
ACE explores the potential for a state investment bank.
Infrastructure Investment Series: Green investment Bank
ACE explores the potential for a green investment bank.
Infrastructure Investment Series: Pensions
ACE explores opportunities for pensions to invest in infrastructure.
Infrastructure Investment Series: Procurement in PPFM
ACE reviews procurement in public private financial models.
Infrastructure Investment series: Performance of PFI
ACE reviews the performance of PPI between 1996 and 2010.
Infrastructure Investment Series: PPFM
ACE explores the future of Public Private Financial Models (PPFM).
Barriers to infrastructure investment
ACE explores the issues which raise the risk profile of infrastructure investment.
The cost drivers of infrastructure
ACE explores why project costs vary.
The case for a Department for Infrastructure
ACE makes the case for a dedicated Department for Infrastructure.