Data only has the potential to be valuable when it is of a high quality (complete, structured, and consistent) and is accessible. This data only becomes valuable when it is used to inform action in the real world.
As everyone knows, construction falls behind the global digitisation and technology curve, and as a deeply physical industry, I can say with some confidence that software will not eat construction.
We closed £1.7M of venture capital investment to grow Qualis Flow and build a more sustainable construction industry.
Designers and planners must consider how the waste will be managed and repurposed, and contractors and operators must work hard to deliver effective management.
Construction projects are right with data, but getting insight and value from it proves to be elusive.
The discussion around diversity and inclusion covers many areas, but today I’d like to take the time to discuss the LGBTQ+ community and representation within the general workplace and my…
The industry is changing. Since the beginning of 2020, the cash flow of small businesses has taken a hit, making it difficult for firms to thrive, or even survive. The…
The construction industry is becoming more alive and alert thanks to the Internet of Things. Through this technology, construction sites are connected like never before.
A few years ago, The Economist referred to data as the new oil. In 2021, more data will be produced than in the history of the internet. That paints quite…
Not sure it's commercially viable to pursue a Net-Zero strategy? Think again. We outline the commercial benefits and provide a guide to build your own road map to achieve Net-Zero.