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Driving the digital transformation of the construction sector

23 March 2022

Launched today (23 March) our Information Management Roadmap is designed to set out on one page how we are driving the digital transformation of the construction sector and contributing to the achievement of the Transforming Construction Challenge outcomes. With links to a selection of the key tools, reports produced and...


Read more at: A new Information Requirements Tool for the Information Management Community

A new Information Requirements Tool for the Information Management Community

18 March 2022

The Construction Innovation Hub (the Hub) is launching a new Information Requirements tool to support client information managers in defining organisation, asset and project information requirements. The tool leverages data in the Open Information Hub, an open source repository for the information management community to...


Read more at: Digitising Scotland's Healthcare Estate

Digitising Scotland's Healthcare Estate

13 December 2021

The Construction Innovation Hub (the Hub) is working with NHS Scotland to accelerate the digitisation of Scotland’s healthcare estate. As one of the largest estates in the UK, with thousands of assets and properties, NHS Scotland is transforming the way it manages data across the 14 territorial Health Boards and eight...


Read more at: New Energy and Carbon Reporting Framework

New Energy and Carbon Reporting Framework

28 September 2021

Assessing the performance of a building or other asset during the procurement, design and construction phase remains a significant challenge for the industry and its operational energy use and emissions can come as a shock. New guidance published today from the Construction Innovation Hub (the Hub) responds to this...


Read more at: New Knowledge Base Navigator Tool provides visual map of our research

New Knowledge Base Navigator Tool provides visual map of our research

28 September 2021

The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB), enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, has developed a tool to help navigate the broad, diverse knowledge base it has created over the last three and a half years. The Knowledge Base Navigator allows people from industry, academia and the general public to browse and filter...


Read more at: Blog: Supporting change in public sector organisations

Blog: Supporting change in public sector organisations

3 September 2021

Mike Turpin, Technical Adviser for the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) explains how the recently released enhanced suite of online training will help to support the global implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM). Supported by the Construction Innovation Hub and the Foreign, Commonwealth and...


Read more at: Line of Sight Methodology offers ‘golden thread’ to connect organisations with their assets

Line of Sight Methodology offers ‘golden thread’ to connect organisations with their assets

30 July 2021

The ‘Line of Sight: an Asset Management Methodology to Support Organisational Objectives ’ paper has been published today, 30 July 2021, by the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) and can be read here . This 10-page, accessible overview of the methodology is aimed at all stakeholders, both technical and...


Read more at: Developing Smart Standards

Developing Smart Standards

29 June 2021

A new proof-of-concept project, enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, has investigated whether actionable tasks could be used to guide organisations in their implementation of the ISO 19650 series of standards . Information management compliant with ISO 19650 can provide a trustworthy digital record of information...


Read more at: Smart Standards

Smart Standards

A new proof-of-concept project, enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, has investigated whether actionable tasks could be used to guide organisations in their implementation of the ISO 19650 series of standards . Information management compliant with ISO 19650 can provide a trustworthy digital...


Read more at: Skills for the future

Skills for the future

19 May 2021

Realising the digital transformation of the built environment sector and the benefits of the National Digital Twin will rely on the workforce having the necessary skills. The NDTp Skills and Competency framework and supporting resources are designed to help organisations and individuals prepare for the future. The National...