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EM Highways V.04

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Gearing for Growth
James
Haluch

This amounts to at least...
EM Gearing For Growth
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
4 schemes - total value £15.8m
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge 30 FTEs per annum
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £22.5m
2016/17 - £30.0m
2017/18 - £32.1m
2018/19 - £56.6m
2019/20 - £61.3m
Resurfacing on average 160 lane Km per annum to meet the HA 80% target
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
8 schemes - total value £33m
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge 40 FTEs
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £128m
2016/17 - £138m
2017/18 - £138m
2018/19 - £138m
2019/20 - £138m
Resurfacing on average 400 lane Km per annum to meet the HA 80% target
Cornwall:
Wiltshire:
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
8 schemes - total value £16.7m
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge 75 FTEs
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £45m
2016/17 - £45m
2017/18 - £45m
2018/19 - £45m
2019/20 - £45m
Resurfacing on average 225 lane Km per annum to meet the HA 80% target
North West:
Major Projects
Nation Infrastructure Spend
Themes
Highways Agency Transformation
How are we delivering transformation
Provide a Capable Asset
Providing roads which meet the needs of customers and communities by using our knowledge and skils to do the right work, at the right time, in the right way.
(David Brewer)
Deliver Service to Customers and Communities
By working together and by listening and responding, we will put customer service at the heart of what we do and how we do it.
(Simon Sheldon-Wilson)
High Performance Organisation
Develop a great place to work, with great people to work with.
(Steve Dauncey)
Identity and Image
What we want to be know for.
(Peter Adams)
Operational Capability
How we use roads to deliver a better service
(Mike Wilson)
Strategic Planning
Planning for future investment.
(Ginny Clarke)
Informed Supplier/ Intelligent Client
Building a new relationship between the business and our suppliers, focused on where value is added and working more closely to increase effectiveness.
(David Poole)
Highways Agency Transformation
Less time on...
More time on...
Administration
Compliance
Penalising Failure
Precess adherence
Us and You
Value what we measure
Arguing over words
Peaks and troughs
Hands on tools
Delivering outcomes
Motivating innovation
Process improvement
Shared outcomes
Measure what we value
Planning delivery
Smoothing workflow
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From options to outcomes
Options
Outcomes
Problem - Options - Brief
Clear definition of the problem
Understanding from all where value can be driven and focus on these areas
Optioneering based upon whole life cost
Proportionate appraisal of options
Customer - engage views of road users
Valuing diversity, empowering teams accountability for the outcomes
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From options to outcomes
Development
Product
Brief - Design - Production Plan
Design = intergration of products = production plan = effective O&M
From development to product
Engage tier 2 suppliers early
Quality - appropriate self assurance
Reduce time through planning process
Searching for similarities not differences
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From options to outcomes
Construction
Production
Production Plan - Asset creation - Commission and operate
From development to product
Standardisation, prefabrication, modular construction, intergration of products
From construction to production
Improve workflow to increase the pace
- Just in time principles
- Collaborative planning
- Seek out advanced enabling works
Planning and targeted road closures
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From options to outcomes
Options
Outcomes
From development to product
From construction to production
making processes much more of an enabler of improved performance moving the focus of stage activities
Construction
Production
Development
Product
Time saving cost reduction
Customers & Communities
Mile a Minute
4% Annual Saving
MEETING THE CHALLENGE WORKSHOP
Highways Agency Transformation
Collaborative Relationships (at Go Live + 18 months)
Clear and consistent forms of relationships
Clear on our supply chain structure - where value is added
Increase focus on improvement
Health Safety & Welfare
Innovation, better delivery, cost efficiency, better quality
Developing capability & utilisation of plant
How can we reward our best suppliers for VFM and service
Risks owned and managed where they can be influenced
Viewing 'our people' as NewCo plus the supply chain (suppliers care about our goals)
Behaviours
We set the behaviours we want
We reward the right behaviours
We measure, feedback, influence and seek to be influenced
Schemes under construction and planned completion dates
Schemes starting in 2013/14 and planned start dates
Schemes starting in 2014/15
The start of the works dates shown are subject to statutory process
M62 J25-30 (2013/14)
Annex A -
Major Schemes
M62 J18-20
M60 J15-12
M60 J8-12
A556 Knutsford to Bowdon
M6 J10a-13 (Q4 2013/14)
M6 J5-8 (2014/15)
£ million
High Speed 2
Highways Agency
Network Rail
London Transport Investment
Local Authority Major Projects
Local Authority Maintenance
Integrated Transport Block
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
2019/20
2020/21
Total
1,850
miles of motorway
2,580
miles of trunk A-roads
Network carries
one third
of all road traffic and
two thirds
of freight
Vehicle miles traveled on the network in 2012
85
bn
Of people use the network in any one year
86
%
cost to the economy of congestion on the network
£2
bn
(not counting reliability effects)
For every household stuck in traffic each year
70
Hours
Working days lost each year, hampering Britain's economic growth
100
Million
Cost to the freight industry. Consumers are likely to see this in higher prices in the shops
£14
Billion
By 2040, almost
a quarter
of all travel time could be spent stuck in traffic
EM Gearing For Growth
Pinch Point Schemes
Major Projects
National Infrastructure Spend
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From options to outcomes
Problem - Options - Brief
Clear definition of the problem
Understanding from all where value can be driven and focus on these areas
Optioneering based upon whole life cost
Proportionate appraisal of options
Customer - engage views of road users
Valuing diversity, empowering teams accountability for the outcomes
Frame 21 - Stick people graphics
Frame 22 - Slide of do the maths
Frame 24 -
Equality Diversity Slide

Expressway concept
Outcomes
Options
Options
Outcomes
Development
Construction
Product
Production
Time Saving
Cost Reduction
ACHIEVING GREAT PUBLIC OUTCOMES
Seize the opportunities
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge
30 FTEs
per annum
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £22.5m
2016/17 - £30.0m
2017/18 - £32.1m
2018/19 - £56.6m
2019/20 - £61.3m
Resurfacing on average
160 lane
Km per annum to meet the HA
80%
target
Highway Agency
Area 1
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
4
schemes -
total value
£15.8m
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
8
schemes -
total value
£33m
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge
40 FTEs

Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £128m
2016/17 - £138m
2017/18 - £138m
2018/19 - £138m
2019/20 - £138m
Resurfacing on average
400 lane
Km per annum to meet the HA
80%
target
Highway Agency
Area 3
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge 154
FTEs
Resurfacing on average
487 lane
Km per annum to meet the HA
80%
target
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
3
schemes -
total value
£20.8m
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £109m
2016/17 - £110m
2017/18 - £120m
2018/19 - £120m
2019/20 - £120m
Highway
Agency
Area 9
Highway
Agency
Area 13
Roads Policy and Related Events
“New Roads bring undoubted
economic benefit



Substantial environmental benefit
can be gained”
Current confirmed Pinch Point Programme:
8
schemes -
total value
£16.7m
1980 Roads in England
Additional resource requirements to deliver the challenge
75 FTEs
Gearing up for Growth
2015/16 - £45m
2016/17 - £45m
2017/18 - £45m
2018/19 - £45m
2019/20 - £45m
Resurfacing on average
225 lane
Km per annum to meet the HA
80%
target
Focus in reducing inter-urban congestion
£23bn. 500 Road Schemes

“Biggest Road Building Programme
since the Romans


1989 Roads for Prosperity
The Way Forward
“Sustainable Development
recognising greater public awareness
of impacts”
1996 Transport

“Summarise impacts in a balanced way”
1998 A New Deal for Trunk Roads in England & New Approach to Appraisal
“I will have
failed if in five years time
there are not...
far fewer journeys by car


...However, by June 2002,
car traffic was up by 7%

1997-2000 A 10 Year Transport Plan
Fuel Protests
2000
“Not be able to build our way out of the
pressures we face


“Strong
presumption against building roads
through areas of
outstanding natural beauty
or other sensitive sites”

2004 Managing Our Roads
Sustainable Transport Development
including
potential for Road Pricing

Stern Review
of the Economics of Climate Change
2006 Eddington Report

Innovative use
of the hard shoulder and targeted
junction improvements”
2008 Delivering Choice and Reliability
‘Cook Review’
2011 A Fresh Start for the Strategic Road Network
“Recognised under
investment
in roads”
“Need to give the Highways Agency
more freedom

and certainty”

2013 Action for Roads : A Network for the 21st Century
3rd Reading House of Lords 19th November 2014.
Royal Assent expected Spring 15.

10th November 2014. David Cameron
“Biggest, boldest and far-reaching road investment programme for 40 years…lack of spending has held
parts of our country back”

2014 Infrastructure Bill
Autumn Statement
3 December 2014
George Osborne
Inspects Roadworks
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From development to product
Brief - Design - Production Plan
Design = intergration of products = production plan = effective O&M
Engage tier 2 suppliers early
Quality - appropriate self assurance
Reduce time through planning process
Reduce time through planning process
Searching for similarities not differences
Product
Development
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
From construction to production
Production Plan - Asset creation - Commission and operate
Standardisation, prefabrication, modular construction, intergration of products
Improve workflow to increase the pace
- Just in time principles
- Collaborative planning
- Seek out advanced enabling works
Planning and targeted road closures
Production
Construction
Process:
Enabling efficiency and effectiveness
Overall process
Making processes much more of an enabler of improved performance moving the focus of stage activities
Network Map
A range of maintenance activities
DELIVERY
Delivery is progressing
in all 33 major schemes scheduled
in this Parliament
INVESTMENT
The government is significantly increasing the amount it is investing in the network
SCHEMES
Major road schemes
in this Parliament
and next
Congestion on the strategic road network in
2010
Congestion on the strategic road network in
2040
Severe Congestion
Regular Congestion
Moderate Congestion
Occasional Congestion
Severe Congestion
Regular Congestion
Moderate Congestion
Occasional Congestion
60
Total
33
This Parliament
27
Next Parliament
£3.3bn
Investment this Parliament
£10.7bn
Investment next Parliament
SCHEME
PROGRESS
Pre-construction

In construction

Scheme completed
End of 2011/12
End of December 2013
End of June 2014
End of Parliament
LANE KILOMETERS ADDED
INVESTMENT BY REGION THIS PARLIAMENT
Since the original report, the Highways Agency has revised the cost estimates
This Parliament
(2011/12 to 2014/15)
Added in 12 months to June 2014
Added so far this Parliament
To be Added by schemes within this Parliament
Next Parliament
£
Further lane kilometers to be added by schemes currently identified and scheduled to start in the next Parliament
CAPACITY
The schemes will add significant capacity to the UK's strategic
road network
736.4
412.2
402.2
96.1

lane kilometers
lane kilometers
lane kilometers
lane kilometers
910.5
lane kilometers
added this Parliament
120k
vehicle capacity to be added through this and next Parliamnent
ASSET
RENEWAL
Additional investment in maintenance will deliver pavement renewals and structures interventions
VEHICLE CAPACITY
This Parliament

( 2011/12 to 2014/15)
£1.92bn
Investment in asset renewals this Parliament
£4.41bn
Investment in asset renewals next Parliament
Added in 12 months to June 2014
Added so far this Parliament
Leaner
23,400
Greener
Safer
45,100
Vehicles
Vehicles
Still to be added by schemes
starting this Parliament
5
6
22
9
14
74,949
10
Note:
12 rather than the forecast 13 schemes completed by the end of June 2014. The M25 J23-27 scheme was only part complete by the end of June. Number of schemes in preconstruction is now 9 rather than the forecast 8, as the M3 J3 to 4a has yet to commence construction
12
Vehicles
9
12
17
16
NORTH
WEST
MIDLANDS
SOUTH WEST
SOUTH
EAST
EAST
This Parliament

( 2011/12 to 2014/15)
Completed/anticipated during Parliament...
YORKS AND
NORTH EAST
4102
lane kilometers
Number of schemes in delivery by region through this Parliament and next
Next Parliament
Anticipated for
Spending Round 2013............................
27,359
lane kilometers
>£100K STRUCTURE RENEWAL INTERVENTIONS
The programme has been re-prioritised with increased funding for fewer, but larger scale, structural renewal schemes that will take longer to complete.
This Parliament

( 2011/12 to 2014/15)
Completed/anticipated during Parliament.....................
426
structures
down from 683
Next Parliament
Anticipated for
Spending Round 2013..........................................
1,253
structures
EM would like to welcome Andrew Bradshaw to our business and congratulate Dave Merrick and Scott Cooper on their new roles.
Andrew Bradshaw has been appointed as Commercial Director
%
EM bolsters EMT with three new directors
With previous senior commercial positions in Tarmac and Aggregate Industries, most recently as Director of Contracting, Andrew brings to EM a wealth of highway maintenance and construction experience. The role will be key to the success of EM going froward at a time when we are experiencing significant growth an opportunities.
YORKS AND
NORTH EAST
£1.1bn
EAST
£1.54bn
down from
£1.58bn
Dave Merrick ill be our HA Operations Director
His role will include the delivery of greater operational consistency across our HA contracts and to further develop the self-delivery capability of EM. Dave will also have responsibility for safety, health and environment and for the management of the EM fleet.
Scott Cooper will be our Contract Director
His role will include contract management of Area 9, developing and implementing business strategy and achieving the agreed financial, commercial, growth and client performance targets. Scott will also take the lad in driving contract performance consistency across our HA areas.
NORTH WEST
£375M
down from
£410M
MIDLANDS
£1.1bn
down from
£1.11bn
SOUTH WEST
£117M
down from
£119M
SOUTH EAST
£1.41bn
down from
£1.43bn
19.5
27.1
24.8
2.1
19.3
7.2
Dual carriageway with hard strip
Rigid concrete barrier (consider upgrade)
Radar detection (as required)
Emergency refuge/maintenance area (consider emergency telephone)
Reduced size variable message sign (consider upgrade to variable mandatory speed limits)
Advance direction sign
On-road operational presence
CCTV (as required)
Reduced size variable message sign
Left only entry and exit or grade separated junctions
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4
Government long-term spending plans
£ million



High Speed 2


Highways Agency


Network Rail


London Transport
Investment

Local Authority
Major Projects

Local Authority
Maintenance

Integrated
Transport Block
2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


952


819


976


458
2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


952


819


976


458
2015/16


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1,497


5,548


952


819


976


458
2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


952


819


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458
2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


952


819


976


458
2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


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819


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2015/16


832


1,497


5,548


952


819


976


458
"A tiered hierarchy of routes forming a coherent network"
Since 1 June 2014
New permanent starters = 170
New agency starters = 60

Since 1 July 2014
+ Area 9 TUPE = 450


Since 1 October 2014
Mouchel Design staff Transfer = 150
Health & Safety Team = 15


Gearing up to meet
the challenge

May 2014
930 Full time staff


Gearing up to meet
the challenge

May 2014
930 Full time staff


Since 1 June 2014

New permanent starters = 170
New agency starters = 60



Since 1 October 2014

Mouchel Design staff Transfer = 150
Health & Safety Team = 15

Since 1 July 2014

+ Area 9 TUPE = 450

November 2014

15 new Health &
Safety professionals



Gearing up to meet
the challenge

May 2014
930 Full time staff

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