5 things construction can learn from automotive

Learning from Automotive – Offsite Manufacturing & Technology Group Visit to Tata Steelpark On 25 January the Constructing Excellence were hosted by Tata Steel at their distribution and processing centre at Wednesfield, West Midlands, the largest in the UK.   Tata Steel have invested heavily in the facility including over £12 million in a dedicated Automotive … Continue reading “5 things construction can learn from automotive”

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Offsite Member Survey

The Constructing Excellence Offsite Theme Group is currently investigating Constructing Excellence members’ use of and interest in Offsite & MMC (Modern Methods of Construction). The Offsite Theme Group was set up to consider how the Constructing Excellence ethos of collaboration can support and enhance the use of Offsite techniques. This short questionnaire will help us understand … Continue reading “Offsite Member Survey”

Industrial Strategy and the productivity challenge in nuclear

Constructing Excellence convened sixty people from across UK nuclear construction in late April to address the construction productivity challenge in the sector. The event was organised and led by our nuclear theme group chaired by Adrian Worker of CH2M and was supported by the ECITB, European Construction Institute, the Nuclear Industry Association, BIM4Nuclear, and kindly … Continue reading “Industrial Strategy and the productivity challenge in nuclear”

Increase Productivity Easily

Productivity is difficult to improve in a complex supply chain. One thing impacts another in the intertwined network. Trying to make any single big thing happen proves a challenge. Generally, the world gets along with this complexity through the millions of people involved, with lots of little gains being made in different places all the … Continue reading “Increase Productivity Easily”