Supporting the construction sector into the future

Construction site using BIM

Credit: Network Rail

Lean techniques and problem solving

  • Construction site using BIM
    John Sisk and Son Ltd.

    Deploying lean methodology to ease digital transformation

    Sisk Digital Engineer, Nidaa Alazmeh, set up a project to improve and standardise the current BIM Management workflows to realise the benefits expected from introducing BIM.

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  • Resolving productivity issue at Chelsea Barracks
    Mace Chelsea Barracks

    Improving productivity on the critical path

    The Chelsea Barracks development comprises an estate of residences, penthouses and townhouses all set around 5 acres of newly created garden squares.

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  • Compression of demolition nside Birmingham New Street station
    Network Rail’s Birmingham Gateway Project

    Achieving programme completion through lead time compression

    The £600m regeneration of Birmingham New Street station and the overhead shopping centre was commissioned to satisfy the doubling of passenger numbers and create a stunning 21st century transport and retail hub.

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  • Lead time reduction at Data Centre
    Mace Data Centres

    Continuously improving construction lead times

    When Mace started on the first of multiple data centres in Ireland, they wanted to exceed customer expectations, setting themselves the goal of having “best in class” project control and communication facilities.

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  • Bridge over river
    Northern Hub Alliance Ordsall Chord

    Lean and innovation in an alliance project

    The £340 million Ordsall Chord project, a major part of the Great North Rail Project, required exceptional levels of collaboration, planning and preparation to deliver the complex works including three major blockades.

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