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Rolling calendar of our events

9th May 2017

Site visit to Tideway

In 2016, main construction work for the new 25 kilometre interception, storage and transfer tunnel running up to 65 metres below the river, known as the Thames Tideway Tunnel, started. London's sewerage system relies on an integrated network of here to read more >>>

11th May 2017

Major Projects Simulation Workshop

Kassam Stadium

This is an exciting opportunity for individuals, organised in competing teams, to manage and "live" a complex project in the safety of a simulated environment. It enables participants to work on a project from start to finish; to make critical here to read more >>>

18th May 2017

Does collaboration really drive value and efficiency in major projects

Arup, 8 Fitzroy St, W1T 4BJ

When we look back in the library of Major Projects Association reports the word collaboration does not appear until 2006. Prior to that our understanding of collaboration in major projects was limited to that of Governments working together on here to read more >>>

18th May 2017

Global trends in the private finance of major projects

Arup, 8 Fitzroy St, W1T 4BJ

Public spending on major projects to improve infrastructure, support public services, upgrade communications and transform organisations is struggling to keep pace with investment need, not just in the UK but worldwide. The World Economic Forum here to read more >>>

24th May 2017

Major Projects Knowledge Hub Launch

Bentley Systems,20 Gracechurch Street, London

The Major Projects Knowledge Hub brings together insights from the Major Projects Association, our members, the London Games, the Crossrail Learning Legacy and other project knowledge hubs. It does so in a way that encourages users to discover, here to read more >>>

18th July 2017

Projects and consents, flexibility vs. planning

Church House

The National Strategic Infrastructure Projects (NSIP) regime was introduced in 2008 to support the delivery of major projects of national importance. The system has worked well and has largely been supported by most users. It has introduced here to read more >>>

20th - 21st September 2017

Future proofing major projects - practical responses to shifting externalities

Moor Hall Conference Centre

The future never was a certain place. It used to be said that change was the only constant, but now it is clearly accelerating. Whether we consider geo-politics, technology, labour markets or customer expectations, they are all shifting before our here to read more >>>

2nd - 6th October 2017

Challenge of Major Projects Course 2017

Eynsham Hall

This is an intensive one week programme which tackles a broad range of challenges associated with delivering successful major projects. It is aimed at those who are already working on large projects and is intended to help them to take the step here to read more >>>