27 March 2020
A coronavirus task force is about minimising impacts and ensuring the organisation can restart when restrictions are lifted, and the world returns to its new normal.
12 February 2019
Andy Murray, head of infrastructure at RSM, said: ‘In the age of short termism, it is refreshing to see Transport for the North (TfN) publish a 30-year investment plan.
15 August 2018
For successful project delivery, it is vital that organisations establish consistency. The use of a project delivery method such as PRINCE2 is a good place to start. One year on from the PRINCE2 2017 update, we revisit the updated features contributing to its worldwide popularity.
05 July 2018
New figures published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority reveals a slowdown in the number of new major government projects over the last 12 months.
25 June 2018
RSM’s head of projects and programmes Andy Murray and consulting director Nigel Bennett have been named within the top 30 most influential people in project management by ILX, an internationally recognised provider of accredited professional learning.
06 June 2018
Andy Murray, partner at RSM, said: ‘Today’s decision marks the next step forward for Heathrow’s third runway as the Government’s Economic Sub-Committee approved the Airport National Policy Statement ahead of the parliamentary vote on 11 July.
15 March 2018
Andy Murray, head of infrastructure at RSM reacts to this week's spring statement
26 February 2018
Andy Murray, partner and co-lead for infrastructure at RSM, said: ‘The West and Wales Strategic Rail Prospectus sets out a clear vision to maximise the opportunity that HS2 brings by proposing four key transport hubs in the North West.
18 January 2018
With the UK’s railway carrying more passengers than ever and demand continuing to rise, is there a plan in place to tackle this? Digital Railway is the industry’s improved plan to tackle the UK’s capacity issue by accelerating the digital modernisation of the railway. More trains will run on existing tracks – safer, faster and cheaper – helping to increase the impact of vital upgrades like HS2 and Crossrail.
13 November 2017
Recent headlines have documented the early termination of a Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 14 year long contract following a legal challenge from an unsuccessful bidder, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. In 2007, Metronet, responsible for two thirds of the Tube’s infrastructure collapsed, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. Are there links between the failures of these and other large scale programmes?