How digital are you? The six stages of construction’s digital transformation
The construction industry has long felt on the verge of a revolution, both in terms of productivity and technology, yet over two decades since the Latham Report shone a light on the sector and even after Mark Farmer’s more recent review of construction, the revolution has arguably failed to arrive.
When it comes to innovation, construction is often presented as a laggard. Recent data from McKinsey lays bare that construction sits at the bottom of the digitisation table alongside agriculture and hunting, with low adoption on pretty much every measure.
However, green shoots of optimism are now beginning to emerge. There are signs that construction is finally beginning to press ahead with digital innovation. Join us to uncover results from the newly published Construction’s Digital Front Line research, which focuses on core parts of the UK construction sector where innovation could unlock the biggest productivity gains.
In this session we will look across the construction lifecycle and outline the six stages of the industry’s digital transformation opportunity. Join us to understand how bidding processes could be optimised; how construction can integrate its supply chain more progressively; managing the diverse workforce, making gains in operations on site and in the field as well as labour management.