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i3P is an innovative new platform that allows the brightest minds in infrastructure to collaborate to deliver infrastructure for the future.

The greatest human advancements may have been inspired by one person, but progress only really begins to accelerate when bright people unite for a common goal.

If you are interested in learning more about the platform and how it works, please contact us at I3Pideas@ktn-uk.org.


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.


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

What the industry leaders are saying about i3P

The passion shown by the i3P Industrial Players to collaborate for the benefit of the whole industry has impressed me.

Neil Rawlinson Strategic Director, Manufacturing Technology Centre

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Propelling technology and construction

Launched in October 2016, the infrastructure industry innovation platform (i3P) is an independent innovation community.

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