Creating and Maintaining a Resilient Built Environment

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Did you want to know the latest thinking on some of the key challenges facing the built environment as a result of  climate change are being tackled? Well the Constructing  Sustainability Theme Group on 2 July provided some of the answers with a session themed around Resilience. This blog gives a short overview the meeting. […]

Waterloo Air Products plc to sponsor “Beyond the Built Environment”

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Constructing Excellence is delighted to announce that Waterloo Air Products plc have agreed to be the first lead sponsor of “Beyond the Built Environment”,  our 2015 Annual Conference at Lords Cricket Ground on 11th November. For over 100 years Waterloo have earned and maintained an enviable reputation for ventilation system design, engineering and manufacture. They […]

How does construction embrace innovation? Members Forum 10/06/2015

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Don Ward started the day by paying tribute to David Bucknall OBE who had sadly died over the weekend. David had been a driving force for collaboration in the industry both through his own company Bucknall Austin/Rider Levett Bucknall and his involvement in Constructing Excellence as Chair of our Midlands branch and will be hugely […]

G4C launch “Data + Construction” project

Open data in construction

Over the last 12 months G4C, in collaboration with BRE have undertaken a research project on the topic of big data. This has involved interviewing a range of industry professionals on different aspect of open data and construction from angles such as housing, planning and energy. This work is being launched at an event at the […]

Tinker with the tech or make big hairy audacious changes?

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With collaborative platforms, mobile, BIM, ‘Big data’, the ‘internet of things’, we are tinkering with enablers of change. “Digital Built Britain” envisages entirely new business models for the industry currently known as construction. 21 years (and more) of industry reports It’s almost 21 years since the Latham Report was published in 1994 (then the latest in […]

Reflections on the Building Awards 2015

Value of outcomes in use for clients always greatly exceeds capex (and opex)

It was the Building Awards earlier this month at the Grosvenor, the usual glittering black tie affair with David Walliams taking the mickey out of everyone. Three things stand out for me from the excellent edition of Building which covered the event: It was fantastic to see Tony Giddings of Argent honoured as Personality of the […]

Ron Edmondson talks about Constructing Excellence membership

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At Constructing Excellence we think the best people to explain the benefits of membership are the members themselves. With this in mind, here is a video of Ron Edmondson, Managing Director of long standing members Waterloo Air Products, explaining what he and his organisation have gained by being involved with Constructing Excellence. Many thanks to Ron for […]

John O’Brien reflects on lessons from the Constructing Excellence Asset Group

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How can organisations ensure they have productive, cost effective and sustainable buildings that work for them now and in the future? LCMB have been members of Constructing Excellence since our foundation in 2009 and support their aim to improve construction industry performance to produce a better built environment.  As part of our commitment to advancing […]