Implementing MMC – practical ways forward through The Choice Factory

Check out The Choice Factory from our members Kier.  It looks at the psychological, behavioural and cultural factors that need to be addressed to achieve sustainable change with regards to the uptake of MMC.  It presents a unique review that draws from behavioural science, marketing and different fields to present options of choice architecture. This … Continue reading “Implementing MMC – practical ways forward through The Choice Factory”

Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) in a reordered world

Burges Salmon will be launching their latest report at the Constructing Excellence Annual Conference on 12 December.  Burges Salmon gives a view on how the perfect storm of sector restructure and the advance of MMC will combine to reshape construction. The organisations who lead construction, including funders and developers, will have very different roles by … Continue reading “Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) in a reordered world”

R&D Mythbusting with RIFT

With 2017 coming to a close it’s time to step back and check exactly where we are. The good news is that word is continuing to get out about Research and Development Tax Credits. More claims are being made and the amounts are going up. What’s not so great is that, even though more companies … Continue reading “R&D Mythbusting with RIFT”

Construction has to change and fast. Does LEGO provide some inspiration?

“We are now at a point we have never been at before. The industry is standing on a burning platform and all other options have gone. It simply has to change”. Mark Farmer, UK Construction Week 11th Oct 2017.  The Burning Platform Over the last few years the construction industry has seen numerous reports, from … Continue reading “Construction has to change and fast. Does LEGO provide some inspiration?”