About Us

Established in 2016, the Infrastructure Industry Innovation Partnership (i3P) is a community of client and supply chain organisations that have made a commitment to delivering collaborative innovation through projects supported by a large network of experts, innovators and world leading industry knowledge that will drive the future transformation of the infrastructure and construction industry.

KTN facilitates the secretariat and management of i3P, tapping into its broad network of diverse industries and knowledge management.

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i3P Strategy Board

i3P Co-Chair(s)

Mark Thurston, CEO, HS2

Our unique position as i3P allows us to build teams with clients, the supply chain and academia all working at the same table with a clear and common delivery focus. Our supply chain members continue to participate, providing significant input, time and effort into driving our key i3P projects. Our model is only truly effective if everyone leans into the problems we are trying to solve. In the years ahead we need to not just build on the excellent progress already made but start to convert some of the innovation activity into commercial reality, beyond concepts and testing, and into the budgets and balance sheets of our members.

Steve Moore, Environment Agency

The challenge for i3P remains turning all the great ideas that exist into reality and at a scale where everyone benefits. As clients we need to ensure we are creating the environment of the future, using our supply chains as true partners that are able to bring their skills and experiences to help shape those thoughts and then make them happen.

i3P Strategy Board

Strategy Board Members

Bryan Harvey, Jacobs

Nick Boyle, Balfour Beatty

Ann Bentley, Rider Levett Bucknall

Fergus Herradence, BEIS

i3P Strategy Board

Strategy Board Members
Catherine De-Marco, Department for Transport
Colin Evison, BAM Nuttall
Keith Waller, Construction Innovation Hub

Elspeth Finch, IAND

i3P Strategy Board

Strategy Board Members

Colin Tattam, KTN

Tina Catling, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure 

Roger Bailey, Tideway

Ed McCann, Useful Simple

i3P Strategy Board

Strategy Board Members

Sam Stacey,
Innovate UK

Neil Robertson, National Skills Academy for Rail

i3P Delivery Leadership Group (DLG)

DLG Co-Chair(s)

Howard Mitchell, HS2 and i3P DLG Co-Chair

By creating new focus and transparency in our operation, i3P has consolidated the collective members' effort and resources into solving innovation challenges being faced by the industry. I am extremely proud of the steps forward we have taken as an organisation and put into place some fantastic new initiatives. The pace of change and focus of our members has been impressive and humbling.

Tina Catling, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure 

The DLG consists of client & Supply Chain (Investor) members. If you are a member organisation and are interested in joining the DLG please contact us for more information.

Colin Tattam- KTN Director & i3P Strategy Board Member

Colin is the KTN Director responsible for programmes in Transport, Infrastructure, Agri-Food, Health, Digital and Creative. He also leads on innovation challenges that require a cross-disciplinary approach from KTN teams. Colin has a background in materials and manufacturing, with over 15 years of private sector experience in industrial research, manufacturing operations and business management roles; most recently within a high-growth, Queen’s Award-winning technology SME. He holds a PhD in Materials Science and Technology.

William Reddaway-KTN, i3P Senior Lead

Will is a chartered engineer (IET) and a chartered manager (CMI), and has led numerous business improvement, transformation & innovation programmes, including Crossrail’s Innovate18 programme. He is passionate about professional development and driving diversity and inclusivity, as well as supporting the adoption of emerging technologies.

Sarah Jacobs- KTN, i3P Project Manager

Sarah is the Project Manager for i3P with a background of delivering innovation platforms spending 10 years working within the healthcare sector on Innovate UK platforms in assisted living & medical devices. Prior to the KTN she worked in commercial marketing for Volkswagen and the materials sector.

Mike Moseley- KTN Knowledge Transfer Manager, Infrastructure

Mike is a professional engineer and has worked in the construction industry for most of his working life. His role within the KTN ltd is to develop expertise in digital construction, specifically BIM.

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Connecting for Positive Change

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