The Government Property Conference 2019, Transforming the Public Estate:2030 and Beyond is being held at the QEII Centre, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE on Thursday 14th February 2019. Our experts will be sharing our range of innovative digital capabilities, from using data to manage your digital asset across your estate portfolio to using data to inform you of what to next with your estate.
Come and find us at Stand 17 to see how we are delivering value through collaboration
Both Grant Thornton and Faithful+Gould have strong public sector expertise individually, working together we can provide a solution to a gap in the market that better informs public sector clients and provides a holistic best fit at best value.
Delivering value through collaboration Grant Thornton and Faithful+Gould provide local authorities with the robust evidence base and programme delivery expertise to promote effective economic development. We can deliver strategic advice to clients from inception to concept, through business case production to programme development. Working together we are able to inform and support public sector clients on estate issues, as well as offer a selection for compliant and efficient procurement routes to realise those aspirations.
Join our work session to learn about maximising value through our digital technologies
Terry Stocks will be leading our work session 2B at 1220 hrs. Delivering the Aspirations of a Digital Twin – Delivering Efficiencies in Asset Planning and Operation. The presentation will reflect on the drivers for a digital approach to asset management with practical examples of how this can be deployed in accordance with the UK Government's goal to drive better outcomes from our Social and Economic infrastructure.
Our experts look forward to seeing you at stand 17 to sample the Grant Thornton Place Analytics Online Platform, Faithful+Gould’s digital initiatives and see examples of how Faithful+Gould is delivering consultancy services across the built environment through a range of public sector frameworks.