ASG Conference 2019 

Date: FRIDAY November 1 2019

Venue: Devonport House, King William Walk, London. SE10 9JW

Collaborative procurement techniques are gaining ground, and many case studies have shown us how they can create added value. But we also need to look closely at how collaboration can enable a team to manage the risks that so often derail project delivery.

King’s College London, ACA and the Alliance Steering Group have put together this one day conference to explore examples of how collaborative risk management and project management sit at the heart of safe and efficient procurement.

We are pleased to announce that our keynote speaker will be Dr David Hancock, Construction Director at the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, who brings a wealth of hands-on experience from his risk management work on Terminal 5 Heathrow.

In addition, Professor David Mosey of King’s College London will lead a workshop examining the results of six years’ research into what works, and what does not, when collaborative intentions collide with the harsh reality of potential claims and disputes.

Our workshops will also explore:
– what collaborative risk management and collaborative project management actually mean in practice
– how risks can be reduced by evaluating more than just the lowest price
– how strategic risk management can improve delivery under modern methods of construction
– how the risks exposed by digital technology can be tackled through collaborative procurement.

This conference will offer essential insights for construction clients, consultants and contractors working in any sector and we hope to see you there. The conference fee is £150 with an early bird price of £95 for paid bookings received by 31st August

Register via:

Full event brochure available: ASG Brochure 2018


This conference will be important to construction and repairs/maintenance clients, contractors, architects, engineers, project managers, partnering advisers, partnering consultants, including RSLs and other affordable housing providers – especially if using or considering PPC2000, SPC2000 or TPC2005.