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Gesynto Consulting - Associate Member of RDG
Gesynto Consulting is pleased to announce that it has recently been accepted as an Associate Member of the RDG. Gesynto Consulting attended the Stations Summit in December 2014 and continues to be supportive of the developing RDG Stations Strategy.
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Gesynto Consulting and the IAM
We are pleased to be a Corporate Member of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and supportive of its’ leadership of asset management thinking in the UK and beyond. With particular focus on operation and care of rail industry assets, and especially stations and operational infrastructure, Gesynto is committed to developing appropriate, proportional and cost effective solutions for its’ clients.
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Regulator challenges Network Rail over missed CP4 targets
The rail industry regulator published its assessment of Network Rail’s CP4 financial efficiency on 1 October 2014 and in doing so has ‘thrown down the gauntlet’ to the company. The target of 23.5% for control period 4 was missed by 8% – an additional 19.4% efficiency needs to be found by 2019 – this will require a substantial shift in the management approach. The key challenge for the business will be to implement these whilst delivering a real increase in train performance.
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Gesynto Consulting – growth in prospect
Gesynto Consulting was formed in 2012. Since then we are pleased to report strong growth and that we have been able to help a small but significant, group of clients to improve their businesses today and in the future.
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Recent and current projects

Intercity franchise bid with long term station leases
KX 2

Project Remit:

Lead the Stations component of a major UK rail franchise bid

Outcome:

The Stations plan was scored at 9 out of 10 by DfT - this represented full bid compliance and significantly exceeded requirements across the Stations plan
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An holistic approach to asset and facilities management
Liverpool Street 3

Project Remit:

Review options, and recommend an asset and facilities management strategy, for a major train station...

Outcome:

A new concept for the management of operations across the whole site. Additional requirements and opportunities and next steps were also defined featuring detailed implementation...
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Continuous improvement through asset management competency

Project Remit:

Explore existing asset management practices in the operational unit and wider business initiatives...

Outcome:

The review identified numerous opportunities and areas requiring attention; some of this had already been defined and planned but generally improvement threads lacked...
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Integrated stations development and management

Project Remit:

Independent assessment of the performance of a Local Delivery Group (LDG)

Outcome:

Significant value in condition benefit and cost efficiency found; report and improvement proposals accepted by Board and now being implemented
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