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  • / / 6-Feb-18 1

    Matthew Steele

    Commercial and Development Director

    Procuring for CP6

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    Introduction and context

    Improving the way we work - IP operating model

    CP6 procurement strategy

    Objectives

    The UK infrastructure market

    CP6 renewals volumes, strategies and

    procurement timetable

    CP6 enhancements

    CP6 strengthening our performance and capability

    Engagement and supply chain relationships

    Skills and agenda and workforce development

    Partnership awards

    Contents

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    Network Rail is currently the UKs largest infrastructure client, spending 7.4bn per annum.

    This is likely to continue in CP6, however the market is expected to be bigger.

    Devolution means that procurement and integrated category management strategies must

    support Route Business objectives.

    The way in which Network Rail is funded has changed:

    Renewals included within SOFA

    Enhancements progressively approved

    Hansford/contestability

    Introduction and context

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    Improving the way we work - IP operating model

    Efficient

    Route focused

    Deliverer closer to Supply Chain

    Geographical economies of scale

    Long term stability to enable localised investment

    Swift workbank decision making

    Collaborative sharing of risks/incentives

    Route/IP maturity -

    relationship, commercial and

    technical

    Interpretation of specific

    accountability models

    Size of Routes workbank

    Current and future mix of

    workbank

    Current conclusions and next steps No clear preferred option for workbank allocation in terms of headcount impact

    Highlighted potential areas for improvement within the relationships between Routes and IP

    Now deepening understanding of who does what in Routes/IP and begin developing and

    testing options

    These are influenced by:

    Priorities identified by the route:

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    CP6 procurement strategy

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    Ensure that the needs of the Route Businesses and passengers are met

    by improving safety performance, demonstrating value for money and

    allowing innovation to thrive.

    Improve/reward safety and contract performance with a fair return whilst

    addressing poor performance.

    Incorporate lessons learnt from CP5 to promote a stronger performance

    culture. .

    Foster industry leading collaboration and support an effective &

    sustainable supply chain.

    Ensure that Network Rail remains a client of choice for key suppliers in a

    growing market.

    CP6 procurement strategy objectives

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    The UK infrastructure market

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    CP6 renewals anticipated supply chain spend

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    CP6 renewals supply chain spend by category

    3,504 23%

    4,411 29% 1,669

    11%

    607 4%

    796 5%

    960 7%

    294 2%

    654 4%

    2283 15%

    Track

    Signalling

    Structures

    Earthworks

    Buildings

    Electrification & FixedPlant

    Total Drainage

    Telecoms

    Other

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    CP6 renewals spend by route/region

    Plus network wide: 4.8bn

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    CP6 route/regional procurement strategies

    Route IP Region CP6 contract strategy Forecast transition period

    Anglia

    Southern

    New Anglia Route multi-discipline framework Q1 2019/20

    South East New South East Route multi-discipline framework Q1 2019/20

    New Wessex Route multi-discipline Q1 2019/20 Wessex

    Western Western, Wales &

    Crossrail

    New multi-disciplined frameworks with greater focus on Tier 2s

    and local supply base - subject to Excom approval Staged from Q1 2019/20

    Wales New multi-disciplined frameworks with greater focus on Tier 2s

    and local supply base - subject to Excom approval Staged from Q1 2019/20

    Scotland Scotland and North

    Eastern

    New Scotland Route multi-discipline frameworks Q4 2018/19

    London North East &

    East Midlands New LNE Route Multi-discipline frameworks Q4 2018/19

    London North West Central Exercise options to extend current multi-disciplined frameworks

    in return for negotiated efficiencies, re tender one package Q1 2018/19

    All

    National Track

    Programme

    Combined plain line and S&C alliances 2-4 alliances - subject

    to market testing and board approval Q1 2019/20

    National Signalling &

    Digital Railway

    3 tier strategy - currently under review to ensure DR are

    adequately integrated - subject to board approval Q4 2018/19 to Q1 2019/20

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    CP6 renewals procurement timeline

    Jan-1

    8

    Feb-1

    8

    Mar-

    18

    Apr-

    18

    May-1

    8

    Jun-1

    8

    Jul-18

    Aug-1

    8

    Sep-1

    8

    Oct-

    18

    Nov-1

    8

    Dec-1

    8

    Jan-1

    9

    Feb-1

    9

    Mar-

    19

    Apr-

    19

    May-1

    9

    Jun-1

    9

    Jul-19

    Aug-1

    9

    Sep-1

    9

    Oct-

    19

    Nov-1

    9

    Dec-1

    9

    Jan-2

    0

    Feb-2

    0

    Mar-

    20

    Apr-

    20

    May-2

    0

    Signalling

    Major Signalling Framework: CP 6 Procurement

    Major Signalling Framework: CP 5 Option to Extend until May

    2020

    Track

    North & South Alliances: CP 6 Procurement

    Plain Track & S&C Frameworks: CP 5 Options to extend for up

    to 5 years (2024)

    Scotland North East

    Multi-Discipline Framework: CP 6 Procurement

    Multi-Discipline Framework: CP 5 option to extend to Aug 20

    Central

    Multi-Discipline Framework: CP 5 Extension Negotiations

    Multi-Discipline Framework: CP 5 option to extend for up to 5

    years (2024)

    Southern

    Multi-Discipline Frameworks: CP 6 Procurement

    Multi-Discipline Frameworks: CP 5 extended to April 2020

    Western & Wales

    Buildings & Civils Framework: CP 6 Procurement

    Buildings & Civils Framework: CP 5 awarded to May 2020 (can

    be extended to August 2022)

    CP 5 Coverage

    Tender and Procurement

    CP 5 Coverage

    Tender and Procurement

    CP 5 Extension Option

    CP 5 Coverage

    CP 5 Extension Option

    CP 5 Coverage CP 5 Extension Option

    Tender & Procurement

    CP 5 Coverage CP 5 Extension Option

    Tender and Procurement

    Tender and Procurement

    CP 5 Coverage

    CP6

    Commences

    Key

    Tender and Procurement

    Award dates

    Mobilisation

    CP 5 Coverage (including implemented extensions)

    CP 5 Framework extensions not implemented but available

    Key

    Tender and Procurement

    Award dates

    Mobilisation

    CP 5 Coverage (including implemented extensions)

    CP 5 Framework extensions not implemented but available

    Subject to review and change

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    CP6 enhancements

    Enhancements: FID in CP6 EML Capacity Improvements

    NWEP Phase 5

    ECML Traction PSU

    N.W. train Lengthening

    Bristol T.M. Station Capacity

    S. London HV Grid Upgrade

    Reading Independent Feeder

    Waterloo (Phase 2)

    Access for All funding

    East Coast Connectivity

    Ely Area Service Improvements

    Kings Lynn to Cambridge 8 Car

    Acton To Willesden Electrification

    Ely Soham/Syston Stoke

    Victoria Station Capacity

    Thames Valley BLines Elec

    Committed Enhancements Thameslink

    Anglia PSU

    West Anglia Main Line

    Midland Main Line KO1

    Tram Train Pilot

    Waterloo (Phase 1)

    Enhancements: FID in CP5

    Leeds Station Capacity

    Garforth Station Remodelling

    East West Rail phase 2

    Gatwick

    N. of England (Manch. Picc.)

    Hope Valley Capacity

    GW. Electrification

    W. Rail Access to Hrow

    Oxford Corridor Capacity Ph.2

    N. Cotswolds Pform length.

    W. of England Pform length.

    Bristol East Junction

    GWEP DNOs Clearance Work

    W. Route Flood Resilience

    Enhancements: design

    decision in CP5

    Tranpenine Route Upgrade

    Candidate schemes for funding consideration by DfT - as yet not confirmed

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