Learning Legacy

APM’s Learning Legacy is designed to share knowledge and lessons learned from some of the UK’s most high profile projects. Previously, APM worked with the Olympic Delivery Authority to document good practice examples and innovations from the construction of the London 2012 Olympic Games. More recently, it has been named as official project management learning legacy partner for Crossrail, Europe’s largest construction project. Over time this constantly evolving resource will enable users to contribute, to provide ever greater depth of resource for the benefit of the profession.

As an official partner APM shared the knowledge and lessons learned from one of the most successful British construction projects of our time - delivered on time and on budget by the ODA.

Along with APM, the ODA worked closely with contractors, industry partners, government bodies and academia to capture the lessons learned and document best practice examples and innovations for the benefit of the profession and to raise the bar within the construction sector.

To aid in sharing best practice APM ran a series of five events supporting active dissemination of the Learning Legacy framework and set out how the ODA delivered the venues and infrastructure via a complex programme of around 50 major, interrelated projects.

Resources include news items, videos and more:

Individual reports and information can be downloaded from the ODAs Learning Legacy website

The ODA has worked in partnership with the following industry and professional bodies: Chartered Institute of Building; Health and Safety Executive; Institution of Civil Engineers; Institution of Occupational Safety and Health; Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; The Institution of Engineering and Technology; The Landscape Institute; UK Green Building Council

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