Construction tech newcomer Buildots joins Constructing Excellence

Constructing Excellence is delighted to welcome on board its latest member Buildots. Buildots was founded in 2018 with the visionary plan to turn construction sites into fully digitized environments. The company has grown from a team of three in October 2018 to a 30-person business with offices in Tel Aviv and London by June 2020, … Continue reading “Construction tech newcomer Buildots joins Constructing Excellence”

Construction Leadership Council Roadmap to Recovery

The Construction Leadership Council has launched the Roadmap to Recovery. We very much welcome this document which sets out how we can get our industry restarted again and move to a better future.  The document is available from the Construction Leadership Council Website. Constructing Excellence has produced a Greenpaper.  This document is designed to get … Continue reading “Construction Leadership Council Roadmap to Recovery”

Constructing Excellence joins the UK BIM Alliance Affiliate Programme

Both Constructing Excellence and the UK BIM Alliance believe that industry improvement will be driven by all sectors sharing, learning and working together by focusing on digital transformation to enable a better performing built environment. Alison Nicholl, Head of Construction Excellence “We are delighted to be working with UK BIM Alliance.  Our mission is to … Continue reading “Constructing Excellence joins the UK BIM Alliance Affiliate Programme”

Construction Innovation Hub launches Construction Quality Planning consultation

The Construction Innovation Hub is inviting clients and businesses to input into the first of a series of new processes which could spark a game-change in the sector’s approach to quality planning.   The Hub’s Construction Quality Planning (CQP) process is inspired by Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), which is already used widely across leading … Continue reading “Construction Innovation Hub launches Construction Quality Planning consultation”

Global Infrastructure Survey – Pinsent Masons

Please support our members Pinsent Masons in their survey on digital transformation in infrastructure: You may be aware that we at Pinsent Masons have launched our inaugural global infrastructure survey. Given our work across the infrastructure sector globally, and as Who’s Who Legal leading global law firm in construction, we are asking professionals across the … Continue reading “Global Infrastructure Survey – Pinsent Masons”

Case Study: Project Integrator Kier embraces DfMA and digital at the £253m new build Wellingborough prison

Overview   On 17th May 2019 Kier commenced work on site at the new build resettlement prison in Wellingborough, after being awarded the £253m contract by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). The project is the first in a series of schemes to be undertaken as part of the MoJ’s wider Change, Strategy and Planning (CSP) Directorate … Continue reading “Case Study: Project Integrator Kier embraces DfMA and digital at the £253m new build Wellingborough prison”

Digitalisation – Does Construction have the wherewithal to embrace the 4th Industrial Revolution?

25 years after Latham, 20 years after Egan and now 10 years after “Never Waste a Good Crisis”, the industry has to make another decision; and, being fragmented, it is not good at decisions. How should it embrace the 4th Industrial Revolution – a time of digitally inspired change and a world of artificial intelligence, … Continue reading “Digitalisation – Does Construction have the wherewithal to embrace the 4th Industrial Revolution?”