07 - 09 March 2023 | ExCeL, London

07 - 09 March 2023
ExCeL, London

In conversation session – What next for Transforming Construction?

01 March / 16.30-17.30

Keith Waller Programme Director, Construction Innovation Hub in conversation with Sam Stacey, Challenge Director for Construction, UKRI

The UK Research and Innovation’s Transforming Construction Challenge is an integral part of the Construction Sector Deal, aiming to accelerate the shift in construction towards manufacturing and digital processes and a value outcome approach. This 4-year programme has brought together contractors, supply chain, innovators, government, clients, and the research community to work together to deliver greater whole-life value to society.

As part of the Challenge the Construction Innovation Hub, established in 2018, is supporting the transition to a greener, safer, and more efficient construction sector. Combined with new ways of targeting and procuring lifetime value, and a complete building data lifecycle starting with digital requirements, we can now see how to deliver future needs using construction platforms – a flexible “kit of parts” approach which simplifies assembly and streamlines quality control. The Construction Innovation Hub is at the heart of this transformation.

Join Keith and Sam for a timely conversation as they focus on ‘what next?’ – what can be done next to embed adoption of new ways of working through industry – in all areas of our society.

Following the session, the Construction Innovation Hub would like to invite you to join them for drinks in the VIP area.

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Keith Waller, Programme Director, Construction Innovation Hub

 
Sam Stacey, Challenge Director for Construction, UKRI

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