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Read more at: Resource:Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

Resource:Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

The Construction Innovation Hub’s Platform Design Programme is working in partnership with both government and industry to develop a platform construction system consisting of a standardised kit of parts to deliver social infrastructure buildings. Here Alexandra Luck, CIH Security Manager, explains...

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Read more at: Blog: Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

Blog: Platform Approach to Construction: Progress towards data foundations

11 March 2021

The Construction Innovation Hub’s Platform Design Programme is working in partnership with both government and industry to develop a platform construction system consisting of a standardised kit of parts to deliver social infrastructure buildings. Here Alexandra Luck, CIH Security Manager, explains the latest work on the...

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Read more at: The Forge: Quantifying the value of P-DfMA and digital delivery

The Forge: Quantifying the value of P-DfMA and digital delivery

4 November 2020

The Centre for Digital Built Britain, as part of the Construction Innovation Hub , is supporting a ground-breaking commercial development. Thayla Zomer, a research student embedded in the project team, reports on her work assessing the benefits to industry of applying Modern Methods of Construction and a digital delivery...

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Zakaria Dakhli

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Read more at: Case Study: Platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly

Case Study: Platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly

This project set out to show the benefits of a manufacture-led approach to construction, showing how it would support the commitments made by the UK government to improving the construction sector. In particular, it looked at ways in which the construction sector could learn lessons from the...

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Read more at: Case Study: Towards a digitally enabled estate: the University of Cambridge

Case Study: Towards a digitally enabled estate: the University of Cambridge

This report describes the uses of BIM technologies and implementation of BIM processes, examples of its benefits and some of the main lessons learned from BIM implementation during Project Capella, which forms part of the University’s Biomedical Campus. cdbb_yearone_graphics_forpowerpoint10.png

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Read more at: Press Release: Construction sector recovery needs a transformed delivery approach to assure safety and quality

Press Release: Construction sector recovery needs a transformed delivery approach to assure safety and quality

18 May 2020

Developing advanced, digitally enabled, manufacturing processes and products that can be used in new schools, hospitals and homes forms a core part of the Construction Innovation Hub’s £72 million Government-backed transformative programme. The Hub is now inviting clients and businesses to input into the first of a series...

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Dr Aftab Jalia

Research background

Dr Aftab Jalia studied architecture at the University of Pune in India before pursuing postgraduate degrees at MIT and the University of Cambridge.

He worked for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in New Delhi and Hyderabad for 5 years on non-profit heritage conservation and environmental development projects. At the Centre for Natural Material Innovation, University of Cambridge, he was a Commonwealth Trust scholar studying building crafts and masonry vaulting techniques that use environmentally responsible materials.

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Case Study: Platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly

Case Study: Platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly

12 April 2019

This project set out to show the benefits of a manufacture-led approach to construction, showing how it would support the commitments made by the UK government to improving the construction sector. In particular, it looked at ways in which the construction sector could learn lessons from the manufacturing, automotive and...

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Read more at: Publication: Case Study: Toward a Digitally Enabled Estate: Project Capella

Publication: Case Study: Toward a Digitally Enabled Estate: Project Capella

15 February 2019

screenshot_2020-07-10_at_09.42.08.png Background This report describes the uses of BIM technologies and implementation of BIM processes, examples of its benefits and some of the main lessons learned from BIM implementation during Project Capella, which forms part of the University’s Biomedical Campus. Outcomes In this...

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