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i3P launched in HK with Gammon innovation scouts

Thanks to Alexa Grierson for launching our Gammon innovation programme yesterday at the fantastic Hong Kong ‘Construction Industry Technology Application Centre’ (CITAC). 55 of our innovation ‘scouts’ from across the Gammon business attended an engaging session, featuring our lessons of collaboration, inclusion and creativity (much of which we’ve learned on the job at Crossrail, CH2M…

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Think Offsite

Article from Adrian Malone, Head of digital project delivery and BIM  looks at how the rise in offsite construction and digital technology could together revolutionise how we create smart motorways – with increased focus on the people using them. Sometimes, rethinking what we already know in the light of what’s coming holds valuable answers. Construction…

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UKCRIC-Centre for Infrastructure Materials Workshop-Monday 17 – Tuesday 18 June 2019

Come to explore the most urgent problems facing infrastructure today – come away with collaborative ways to solve them. UK Collaboratorium for Research on Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC) / Centre for Infrastructure Materials (CIM) Workshop Date: Monday 17 – Tuesday 18 June 2019 The National Centre for Infrastructure Materials (NCIM) is a collaboration between the Universities of…

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Network Rail seeks digital partner in potential £180m eight-year deal

Network Rail has launched the third procurement in its major digital railway transformation programme on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) – a potential eight-year deal worth £180m. The company is seeking a traffic management partner to work within its London North Eastern and East Midlands (LNE & EM) route on the first inter-city development…

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Edinburgh University & Costain sponsors 4 year PhD scholarship -data visualizations in the governance of megaprojects

Data Visualisation Design, Ambiguity & Decision Making in Megaprojects: EPSRC Studentship Project Details Megaprojects are socially and economically relevant modes of organising, used as preferred vehicles to deliver infrastructure and policy programmes worldwide. They are notoriously over-budget and beyond schedule, and have calamitous track records of benefit realisation. Notwithstanding their diversity in terms of characteristics…

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Nature Inspired Solutions meet industry challenges

Nature Inspired Solutions meet industry challenges: Launch event nature inspired solutions special interest group (NIS SIG)  Kick off workshop, 9thJuly 2019, Central London location (venue TBC) Target sectors: Transport, Energy, Infrastructure The Knowledge Transfer Network is building a new UK network, bringing together nature engineering solution providers and industry problem holders that could benefit from…

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Workshop-How can modern Technical Standards promote and encourage innovation?

On Monday 13th May 2019 the i3P workshop considered; How can modern Technical Standards promote and encourage innovation? Meeting purpose:To bring together responsible technical leaders from I3P client organisations and key stakeholders to: Understandwhere respective clients are at with transforming the way they use standards to deliver better outcomes Understand the blockersfor innovation in technical…

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DLG-9th May Presentations

Presentations from the May DLG meeting can be found here. DLG Guests Kell Jones, UCL Network + CIRIA Consulting Kids Priority Projects Optimise & Challenge Design/ Better Carbon Outcomes  (Led by HS2) Reduce Plant Material & Carbon/Advanced lower embodied carbon materials & plant  (Led by Heathrow) * If you wish to see a copy of this…

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