The drivers for change across all aspects of our lives and communities have been accelerated by the global pandemic. The successful delivery of the ambitious built environment investment programmes on which the changing world depends needs radical industry transformation to enable faster, more productive and sustainable solutions.
Our clients are demanding greater productivity across their major projects and programmes. They are seeking better, smarter and more resilient approaches and outcomes that reduce the whole life cost of assets and future proof against the risks that lie ahead.
They are simultaneously navigating the opportunities and challenges of meeting net-zero carbon targets, disruptive digital technologies, levelling up economic prosperity and boosting social and community level value from investments.
We are committed to a successful future construction industry that is more innovative, more collaborative, and more programmatic in its approach to transforming delivery and outcomes.
People at the heart of technology
Every industry is racing to embrace digital technologies and the power of data. Nowhere is this more needed than in the construction industry, where digital transformation is a crucial catalyst to enhancing productivity and performance. There are promising signs in our industry, but we need to accelerate this pace of change.
Embracing digital technology requires a new way of working. For clients to achieve increased delivery efficiency and avoid the failings of past projects, their focus must be on how their activities will impact their people and the people within their supply chain.
We are involved in many of the world’s most impactful projects. Take a look at some examples where our work has helped to transform landscapes and lives.
Battersea Power Station, UK
We have helped transform London’s iconic Battersea Power Station into the UK’s most exciting new mixed-use retail, leisure and culture destination.
Integrated COVID Hub North East, UK
Fighting the coronavirus pandemic via a new state-of-the-art testing facility.
IX Africa Data Centre - East Africa’s Largest Hyper-Cloud Campus
IXAfrica is developing East Africa’s largest hypercloud-ready campus on a 4.3 acre site in Nairobi – Kenya’s growing technology epicentre and at the heart of East Africa’s densest concentration of major network connectivity.
Paccar parts distribution centre expansion, Brazil
New parts distribution centre heralds milestone in Paccar's growth.
Digital innovation for Transport for London, UK
Streamlining Transport for London’s development appraisal process through digital innovation.
Sydney Water, Australia
Delivering high-quality customer outcomes from water infrastructure projects in Sydney.
News and perspectives
Republic of Ireland market intelligence: signs of stability
The Irish construction industry has shown signs of stability in contrast to previous turbulent years. This is explored in further detail in our market intelligence report.
A fresh approach to delivering and funding Scottish flood protection
The implications of climate change are becoming ever more apparent. The scale of the challenge and funding are driving the need for new approaches to deliver flood protection in Scotland.
Transforming supply chain performance to meet AI’s data centre demand
As technology rapidly evolves, artificial intelligence has emerged as a huge growth market, with a wide range of applications and even more unexplored potential.