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Nov 20 2015

2015 Construction Computing Award goes to CONJECT!

CC Award Winner 2015We are pleased to reveal that CONJECT has won the “Best use of IT in a Construction Project 2015” award for the live implementation at
developer Essential Living.  The win was announced last night at the 2015 Construction Computing Awards, a black-tie event in central London.

CONJECT was also runner-up with an entry detailing the use of its software on the Mersey Gateway project in the “Collaboration project of the year 2015” category.

 

A CDE to manage time, cost and quality

Essential Living are using CONJECT’s Common Data Environment (CDE) software to manage time, cost and quality on their £1bn UK high-end residential construction programme.  The CDE solves numerous business challenges and provides Essential Living with:

  • Supply chain integration with the very latest project information
  • Real-time visibility and control over projects and programmes of work
  • Streamlined tendering, document and process management
  • Improved business intelligence to assess the impact of change

 

2015 Construction Computing Awards

Account Manager Matt Carr with Essential Living’s Construction Director Ray Theakston

Speaking about the use of the software, Essential Living’s Construction Director Ray Theakston said, “The CONJECT CDE has helped both external and internal project members to work more efficiently. Time and money has been saved as a result of the automation of key processes and we have identified a reduction of risk now that we have an indelible audit trail.”

 

CONJECT Managing Director Steve Cooper said, “We are delighted that Essential Living has been recognised for its effective use of IT on its apartment construction programme.  This award demonstrates that clients gain significant benefits as a result of using the configurable capabilities of our Common Data Environment.”

For more information about Essential Living click here.

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Essential Living & Conject pick up their award

Essential Living & Conject pick up their award

About the author

Michelle Mason

Michelle Mason leads the UK and MEAP Marketing team, with far too many years in B2B marketing to mention. A CONJECT newbie, Michelle is eagerly climbing a steep learning curve.

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