About Project 13

Why do we need Project 13 – what are the benefits and how was it developed?

Why we need project 13

The conceptual case for Project 13 was first set out in ICE’s From Transactions to Enterprises report.

The core message is that the transactional model for delivering major infrastructure projects and programmes is broken. It prevents efficient delivery, prohibits innovation and therefore fails to provide the high-performing infrastructure networks that businesses and the public require.

Watch this short video to understand how Project 13 is seeking to change the traditional infrastructure business model for the better.

The enterprise approach

The shift to an enterprise model for infrastructure delivery is fundamental to the Project 13 approach.

What do we mean by enterprise?

What are the most significant changes?

The most significant change to the structure are:

The main difference between an enterprise and a traditional construction programme are:


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