Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P)

Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P) is an independent innovation community governed by representatives from its member organisations.

Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P) transforms ideas into opportunities and practical solutions for the infrastructure industry.

Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P) is an independent innovation community governed by representatives from its member organisations. Membership is open to clients (currently major infrastructure projects and construction programmes) and their supply chains (Tier 1 contractors and consultants) across the infrastructure industry.

As a primary driver for innovation in the UK infrastructure industry, i3P will help transform ideas into opportunities and practical solutions; providing a mechanism for strategically directing innovation to address the major challenges facing the infrastructure industry.

By fostering a truly collaborative culture of innovation across both infrastructure clients and their supply chains, i3P will create a ‘safe space’ to identify areas for potential industry improvement, share ideas, and enable members to partner in projects that drive increased value across the infrastructure industry.

i3P is managed by KTN for its members.

KTN works to support the full membership, stakeholders, the forum, host the innovation portal, and provide full administrative support to i3P, as well as playing a key role in identifying, prioritising and promoting strategic innovation development opportunities.

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