2016 is set to be another year of growth and development for JCP, with the recruitment of 6 new associates and extensive new business in the rail, nuclear and utilities sectors.
"As more and more businesses recognise that traditional contracting doesn't work and are searching for alternative ways to secure programme improvements, they look to us to for the key to success, says Simon Vaughan, JCP Director.
"It's becoming increasingly clear that behavioural changes rather than process improvements bring the sustainable differences that really make for long-term meaningful change. That takes time and effort but many progressive businesses are looking to make the commitment. As a result, we've seen a marked increase in the number of businesses who are calling on JCP's expertise to help them invest in new and different ways of working."
Part of JCP’s plans for 2016 include the launch of a powerful new measurement tool which benchmarks a business’ current behavioural impact and sets an action plan for tangible performance improvement; and the on-going support and promotion of the Government’s Alliancing Code of Practice, of which Simon is an IUK steering committee member.
"I'm delighted to welcome so many new associates to JCP who, as well as further enhancing JCP’s expertise, also bring a raft of new skills and approaches to our business. This is an exciting time for JCP and for companies who are looking to make 2016 the year they make a difference", concludes Simon.
For More Information Contact:
JCP Press Office on: 01252 711025
JCP Website: http://jcpalliancing.com
Notes to Editor:
JCP Consultancy Ltd was born out of John Carlisle Partnerships in 2002 with original board members and shareholders being: David Curtis, David Maxwell, Diarmid de Burgh Milne, Malcolm Newman and Simon Vaughan. Over the coming years both David Curtis and Malcolm retired from the business and in 2014 Diarmid left JCP to pursue new opportunities. For more information on the JCP board members and the company associates, click here.
JCP specialises in helping major clients, contractors and their supply chains realise the benefits of reduced cost, speedier delivery, increased profit and improved relationships from working collaboratively with each other. They have a 91% success rate in helping clients win work. The company has worked with leading names including Network Rail, National Grid, Highways Agency, Welsh Water, London Underground and Thames Water and with Central Government including DfT, BIS, and HMT Infrastructure UK.Download a PDF version