Erasmus appoint GPP and Aspire to provide P3M3 support

The Erasmus Hospital building programme in Rotterdam have appointed Aspire Europe and Global Performance Projects (GPP) of Utrecht to support them in the development of project performance, which will be measured using P3M3.

The Erasmus Hospital programme is the biggest in Holland at over 1bn euros.

GPP are the strategic partners of Aspire Europe in Holland, an arrangement that has  been in place for 18 months.

Aspire Europe Managing Director (Rod Sowden) said “We were very keen to win this piece of work and are delighted with the result. Erasmus are  great team of dedicated people and we are looking forward to working with them on their project performance in the future”

The Port of Rotterdam were recently certified by the APMG as P3M3 maturity level 5, so that has set the benchmark for everyone.  Rod Sowden was also the lead author for P3M3 stated “Port of Rotterdam  was a very surprising result, as the highest before was Level 3, it will therefore be interesting to see if this level is sustained when the new version of P3M3 is released later this year”

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