• Bevan Brittan in conjunction with Turner & Townsend, are pleased to invite you to an engaging breakfast debate, the first in a series of public sector Breakfast Seminars for 2018, to be held on Wednesday 28th February 2018, at the Turner & Townsend London office. Interactive discussion will be headed by the Bevan Brittan Head of Local Government, David Hutton as well as Turner & Townsend's Romi Alboreto and Andrew Haworth and will focus on the below topics:


    • Current market trends and options o    Financial, social, economic, political and other factors influencing procurement strategy o    Developing a place based strategy for growth o    Trends in procurement & contracting strategy within the public and private sectors o    Key challenges and effective solutions      
    •  Engagement at the right level o    Business case definition, options appraisal,  governance & assurance o    Compiling an effective market engagement strategy o    Market testing with tier 1 and the wider supply chain
    • TOTEX procurement - lessons to be learnt from infrastructure projects o    Highlights from the Industrial Strategy White Paper o    The use of BIM and ALIM o    Key challenges o    Procurement options and effective solutions

    To support the discussion, highlights from a series of case studies across the real estate and infrastructure sectors will be included.     

    Attending this event is completely FREE of charge.

    Please be aware that places for this discussion are limited and the session is expected to get over subscribed.  

    Please email Lucy at lucy.gladwin@turntown.co.uk to get more information and register  

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