Mar 18 2016

Tackling Cyber Security Threats Head-On

Aneel Khanna is Head of Governance and Project Management at Conject Ltd. 
He is responsible for maintaining and reinforcing Conject’s quality, security and
sustainability controls.

Quality and security are important subjects for CONJECT customers, tell us about the purpose of this role?

In order to provide best practice and meet clients’ changing needs, the aim …

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Feb 26 2016

How Lendlease helped deliver a successful Olympics

To most people, the London 2012 Summer Olympics is a pleasant but distant memory. However, part of the legacy of the Games stands in the shape of the Athletes’ Village. Redeveloped as East Village it is now a thriving residential neighbourhood with community facilities, new parks and open spaces.

Lendlease managed the construction …

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Feb 12 2016

The mobile app improving onsite efficiency

Tablet taking image

Profit margins on construction projects are eaten into when snags or defects aren’t resolved on-time or to an acceptable quality.

Contractors and asset owners are increasingly adopting mobile-enabled software tools to better integrate their project supply chains with the latest defects updates in an attempt to improve efficiency and raise standards of workmanship.

5 …

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Jan 29 2016

Is the supply chain BIM-ready?


We are now just weeks away from the UK Government’s Level 2 BIM mandate coming into force (4th April) for all new, centrally procured public sector projects.

The stimulus for this digital revolution is to drive out inefficiency from construction, an industry long considered to be behind the times in terms of both technology and …

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Jan 22 2016

UK continues to lead the way in BIM adoption

Global BIM survey

The results of an international survey reveals that AEC professionals in the UK consider their organisations to be more proficient with BIM than respondents in any other country.

Over 1,300 participants took part in the most recent CONJECT survey, which was conducted late last year throughout Europe, Russia, and the Middle-East and Asia-Pacific regions.

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Jan 14 2016

One third of UK major projects at risk of delay

Olympic Village aerial view

One third of major UK Government projects due to be delivered in the next five years are currently rated “in doubt or unachievable”.

This stark warning was in last week’s report published by the National Audit Office  (NAO) into major government projects including infrastructure and construction jobs.


Issues that cause project delays

The supervisory …

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Jan 06 2016

Construction technology trends to watch in 2016

We have been looking at technology trends and what they might mean in 2016 and beyond. In this article we’ve picked three innovations which we think will be increasingly important to the AEC industry.

1 Open data

With the UK government Level 2 BIM mandate coming into force in April 2016 (see our post, BIM: …

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Dec 22 2015

Season’s Greetings from CONJECT!

Season's Greetings

Dec 17 2015

2015 – A Year In Review

A long time ago ..

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away – ie in January, we boldly made predictions for the year ahead (OK I’ll stop the flagrant mixing of cinematic references).

On a serious note, back in January we considered issues that were predicted to shape the AEC industry in 2015.  Now it’s time to …

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Dec 11 2015

CONJECT goal is customer satisfaction

CONJECT Helpdesk

More than 100,000 people use CONJECT collaboration applications in order to increase the efficiency and quality of all types of construction and maintenance projects around the world.

Ensuring a robust and secure IT infrastructure is in place to deliver an effective Common Data Environment (CDE) is a central commitment of CONJECT.

A commitment …

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