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The Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) brings together the UK’s most progressive economic infrastructure clients in partnership with government and industry.
The ICG was established with the clear aim of driving improvement in the development and delivery of the UK's economic infrastructure for the benefit of the end users of the assets - society.
The ICG fulfils its role to contribute to a people-focused, system-based view of infrastructure by:
The ICG work programme focuses on the areas where clients can have the biggest transformational impact:
Project 13 is an industry-led movement to improve the way high performance infrastructure is delivered. This is a new operating model – based on an enterprise not on traditional transactional arrangements – that will boost certainty and productivity in delivery, improve whole life outcomes and support a more sustainable, innovative, highly skilled industry. The Project 13 Framework is made up of the Five Pillars (Capable Owner, Digital Transformation, Governance, Organisation and Integration), the associated Principles and the Maturity Matrix.
For a current view on the application of these Principles you can listen to the webinar by Dale Evans, Chair Project 13 Management Board, where he expands on the Principles in more detail.
Project 13 is a flagship initiative supported by the World Economic Forum’s Platform for Shaping the Future of Cities, Infrastructure and Urban Services. Read more about what this partnership means.
Go to the Project 13 website which includes tools and resources or you can find case studies, blogs and recorded events in our resources section below.
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Chief Data Officers and their equivalents from across the ICG membership, as well as Government and industry representation, meet on a regular basis to exchange best practice with the objective of facilitating and accelerating Digital Transformation in the UK’s Infrastructure industry. The key enabler being assisting with the creation and sharing of Enterprise Digital Transformation Strategies to ensure the right information is in the right hands at the right time to make better decisions for the ultimate customer and user of our infrastructure.
The DTTG creates an annual benchmarking report on the industry readiness level for Digital Transformation. Read the 2019 report Common Challenges; Shared Response which was launched at the National Digital Twin Day.
The DTTG works in partnership with the Centre for Digital Built Britain on the National Digital Twin Programme and with the Digital Twin Hub. Read this blog to understand more about each initiative and to hear Mark Enzer, Chair of both DTTG and the National Digital Twin Programme, explain how we are working together to re-define infrastructure as the highly-interconnected system of systems that enable human flourishing, not as an industry that delivers new assets.
In our resources section below, you can find case studies where the DTTG members have shared their experiences of rolling out digital transformation within their own organisations.
The ICG works in partnership with the Green Construction Board Infrastructure Working Group. The Group is working towards: carbon targets; benchmarking and measuring progress against the maturity model in the Infrastructure Carbon Review 2014 and developing a plan for adoption of, and compliance with, PAS 2080.
The industry needs to be developing capabilities and culture fit for a rapidly changing digital future. ICG’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group supports the development of more diverse organisations, with broader skills and capabilities. The Health, Safety and Wellbeing Group works to establish an industry that expects to deliver infrastructure solutions without accidents and incidents and that places wellbeing alongside safety and occupational health. Both work with initiatives across the industry to promote a common and consistent approach.
Find out below in our resources section how ICG are developing more diverse organisations.
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