Tag Archive: ITCF

May 15 2008

Downsizing at Constructing Excellence?

I have just received a members e-bulletin from UK construction membership organisation Constructing Excellence that has set alarm bells ringing. Headed “Constructing Excellence announces restructuring“, it says: Constructing Excellence has announced an organisational restructure to enable a sharper focus on its core business of delivering value to its membership. Over the last two years, Constructing …

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Nov 09 2007

Construction Computing Show 2007

Later this month, I will be presenting a 25-minute seminar at 2pm on both days of the Construction Computing Show 2007 at the Emirates Stadium in north London, 21-22 November. The educational seminar programme is being run by the IT Construction Forum (part of Constructing Excellence) and several of its IT Partners are involved: BIW of …

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Mar 23 2007

Uniting Construction IT

Last September (see A co-ordinated approach to construction IT in the UK), I mentioned an initiative to create a more coordinated approach to managing IT interests in the UK AEC industry. You can now read about United Construction IT on the website of ConstructIT for Business (one of the organisations competing for our attention). It talks about creating “one …

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Dec 13 2006

2006 – a strange year for extranets

As a PR professional, I always read Rachael Dalton-Taggart’s observations (on her blog PR, Marketing and the Business of CAD) with interest. While she writes from a US perspective and is mainly focused on the CAD sector, her views sometimes coincide with mine (UK-based, mainly concerned with web-based AEC collaboration tools). In her latest post, 2006 …

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