Savoy Place
London, England

After decades of underinvestment, billions of pounds have now been earmarked to help propel the rail industry into the 21st Century…and beyond.

However, with our short and medium term goals at the fore, the industry as a whole must be mindful to avoid the overruns and overspends that have plagued high profile building projects in the past.

Following suggestions from both the rail and contractor communities, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) presents a one day seminar aimed at reducing the risk of over-run and over-spend on your infrastructure upgrade or new build project.

Researched from the ground up to be relevant to all relevant stakeholders in, specifically, a rail orientated project, the seminar features:

-multiple case studies which will outline strategies to reduce the risk of overrun/spend on your project
-high profile individuals describing the future for the railway built environment
-sessions designed to promote the unique nature of the railway built environment, which will help contractors fine tune their bids/suggestions
-a look at the regulatory pressures on those planning and managing the environment
-sessions specifically analysing successful partnership working
-a look at preferred supplier lists

Join us in October at IET London: Savoy Place, for a one day seminar that will arm you with the strategies - and the contacts - you need to streamline and over-deliver on your next built environment scheme.

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Added by emwoodman on August 20, 2009