The cost of poor quality in construction

Cost of poor quality has been much discussed in the construction industry in recent years. Studies have estimated that the direct costs of avoidable errors in the construction sector are around 5% of project value, or £5 billion per annum in the UK. Whilst some...

Vertical integration in construction

There are more challenges than ever facing the construction industry. Material availability, supply chain distortions, labour shortages and the increasing burden to monitor and reduce emissions are all weighing on profitability and performance in the sector. Could a...

Organisation and control in business

Understanding where and how profit is made, sustaining the sales effort and managing people effectively are not the only considerations in determining organisational structure, but they must remain at the forefront of managers’ minds. Click here to...

Managing restructuring

Restructuring large businesses has been at the heart of Collinson Grant’s activities since the early 1980s. We have helped to get better returns from assets, to increase operating results and to improve the competitiveness of companies in the United Kingdom, in...

Amey Transport Infrastructure

Target operating model Amey Transport Infrastructure (Amey TI) provides infrastructure services to Public Highways, Rail and Power Generation customers.  It has revenues of £900m and 3,600 employees in geographically dispersed locations throughout the length and...