The built environment is critical to the wellbeing of society and underpins 43% of GDP. Yet it is one of the last remaining industries to truly modernise, adopt digital approaches and become more efficient.
It’s just thirteen more cooking, decorating, planning and shopping days to Christmas, for those of you who celebrate it. And while Christmas might look a bit different this year – we’re looking for board games to play over Zoom, for example – life still goes on.
Meet one of our pioneering projects - SEISMIC, funded via the ISCF Transforming Construction challenge that is changing the way schools are built. The project shows how to build better quality schools that can be constructed faster, for less cost and with lower emissions.
The need for geospatial intelligence has never been so great. Today’s global challenges are reinforcing a growing requirement for precise location information and situational awareness insight about assets, resources, vehicles and people. This is for economic reasons as well as environmental and societal.
It’s been almost a year since the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Transforming Construction Challenge made its first awards from our £172 million investment fund creating the Construction Innovation Hub and the Active Building Centre. Connecting and sharing With so …
We already know that we can build cheaper, faster and safer but we must get more from our built environment. We need inspiring places to live and work, and effective ways to move between them.
The newly approved Core Innovation Hub is an exciting moment for UK construction. The Hub is at the centre of the Sector Deal for Construction - the plan to create better value, speed and sustainability in the built environment. Since …
Few industries shape and support human life as construction does. So as the world enters a time of rapid change, the part our industry plays is vital.