Tag Archive: International

Feb 12 2016

The mobile app improving onsite efficiency

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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.

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Jan 22 2016

UK continues to lead the way in BIM adoption

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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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Dec 04 2015

New customers drive global growth for CONJECT in 2015


With the end of another busy year fast approaching, it’s a good time to recap on some of the ways contractors, clients and developers across the world are delivering projects on-time and on-budget.

Demand for various configurations of a Common Data Environment has been strong across all nine CONJECT international offices from customers who are …

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Oct 23 2014

Using technology to achieve BREEAM, LEED and Green Star accreditation

Sustainability is becoming intrinsically linked to the construction and real estate industries’ financial agenda. The UK Government’s first chief construction advisor Paul Morrell regularly repeated his view that, while “Cash is King,” “Carbon is Queen.” Creating a built environment that is more sustainable in the long term remains at the heart of government thinking.

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Sep 25 2014

Project Controls credentials showcased at London Expo

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Project Controls Expo 2014 is set to take place on 18th November at the Emirates Stadium, London.  As a key sponsor of the exhibition, we are able to offer a limited number of free tickets to customers (entry price usually £100 + VAT).

Project Controls Expo is the world’s largest event for Project Control professionals …

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Aug 13 2014

Does Qatar have what it takes to construct the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Construction site downtown in Doha, Qatar

With the dust now settled on the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and building works well under way in Russia for the tournament in 2018, the worlds construction industry is looking at Qatar as it firms up its plans to host the tournament in 2022.

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Qatar is no stranger to …

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Jan 30 2014

An interview with Wapp6 CEO Franck Meudec

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CONJECT blog: Hello Franck, Wapp6 has been part of the CONJECT group for a short time now. Why did you pursue the opportunity and what impact does it have on Wapp6?

Franck Meudec: Wapp6 is a successful French company, offering software to assist parts of the plan-build-operate lifecycle, but we want to extend our product …

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Jan 17 2014

7 Questions for Ralf Haendl – The new CEO of CONJECT group

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CONJECT blog: Ralf, you have been CEO of the CONJECT Group since the beginning of the year. For many years before that you had been a shareholder in CONJECT and had acted as a consultant to the business – what made you take up this post?

Ralf Haendl:
CONJECT is one of Europe’s …

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Jul 11 2013

Dispatches from “Down Under” – news from CONJECT’s Jon Marshall

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It’s been a busy nine months since I last blogged about the opening of our Pacific offices last October. In that article I detailed how we had won deals with several new clients in New Zealand.

Fast forward to today and I’m pleased to report that these relationships have prospered and our software is being used on …

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Jun 17 2013

Delivery schedules – challenges for project managers and design teams


Real Estate Lifecycle costs have become much more relevant during early planning phases.  Changes during design occur frequently, causing the re-work of design information thus placing increased pressure on time, cost and quality. It is therefore crucial to ensure that revised delivery dates are updated to ensure information is appropriately distributed and deadlines are properly …

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