Programme delivery & assurance - Concerto

Programme delivery & assurance

Delivering complex programmes is a challenging task. Our world-class expertise and experience makes us one of the most sought-after companies in the UK public sector, providing programme delivery and assurance services.

As well as defining programme delivery objectives in terms of cost, time and performance, we provide our clients with support throughout the life of a programme, all the time managing risks and maximising opportunities.

Our programme planning and reporting is far-sighted, promoting solutions and issue resolution. Crucially, our assurance service gives reassurance if all is well, or early warning if it’s not.

Programme Delivery

Managing the people and the stakeholders is key to Concerto delivering a successful outcome for critical programmes and portfolios, on time and on budget.

We integrate all the aspects ranging from construction of a physical asset, to technology solutions, to implementing new ways of working and embedding a culture change programme.

From mobilising the 2012 Olympics to the delivery of the new UK Supreme Court to the introduction of new workspace solutions in the health sector, we have led a wide variety of programmes, generating numerous benefits and lasting legacies.


It is critically important for all organisations to know they are set up for success and on track to deliver. We provide reassurance if all is well, or early warning and support if it isn’t.

Our reviews deliver reports with practical and immediate advice, no matter how complex, and flag up anything veering off track.

Our team of over 40 reviewers has assessed hundreds of projects, including for the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Defence, the NHS and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. We are specialist reviewers for the UK National Audit Office and have reviewed complex high-value projects such as the United Nations’ capital master plan and the construction of the International Criminal Court.

Our mantra is all about giving early warning. The earlier a client knows about an issue, the better.

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