Supply chain partners get to stress test and showcase their MMC/Off-Site technologies, with expert clients and strategic stakeholders, all seeking to support MMC growth in the social housing sector.
OSHA is made up of a steering committee and focussed working groups to engage and influence all aspects of the DfMA process, specifically to ensure minimum risk and maximum opportunity management.
The alliance has full governance control and legal positioning, ensuring complete transparency between all stakeholders involved.
It is expected that supply chain partners will have their own design teams and consultants already onboard, but the alliance will also be able to supply support in this area to ensure that the design for assembly is sympathetic with the design for manufacture.
The project will be supported not only with expert working groups, but with a Project Director, supporting MMC/Off-site consultants, Development Directors and Technical Managers and in many cases, CEO’s from the Registered Providers together with a host of other internal and external stakeholders, all looking to ensure the programme has a strong and successful outcome.
Check out who the strategic partners are in the alliance here.