Our consultant, John Williams, talks us through the process that companies need to consider to ensure a successful technology implementation.Read More
Our consultant, John Williams, talks us through the process that companies need to consider to ensure a successful technology implementation.
Clearbox is excited to be part of the Remastering the Future campaign, a partnership between the CIOB and ITN Productions that showcases innovation in construction.
We’re constantly being told that in order for digital transformation to succeed people must be willing to change. While that’s true, what is technology really doing to help? Does better technology need to come before behavioural change?
Like it or hate it BIM is here to stay! Although no one said it would be easy, I am sure many of us who are in this space would not have thought it would have been this hard. But why?
How is this new world of digital construction going for you? Are your levels of work reducing as promised or are you drowning with all the additional information that you’re having to manage?
BIM is fast becoming a word many are tired of. While it represents the enabler to the digital transformation of construction, it is also a misused and abused term to describe a variety of expectations for the user, which leads to frustration and disappointment.
We’ve learnt to value the interconnectivity of data in our personal lives now, but when we get to work it’s a whole different matter. It’s easy to say that it’s fear of change, but it’s not just that - we haven’t discovered how the data we’re uncovering in these new processes will be of value to us.
Clearbox is pleased to announce the arrival of John Williams, former Head of Excitech Consulting, to the team. John joins Clearbox after 30 years in the construction industry, working with customers to improve their outcomes through a wide range of digital technology. John brings his skills and experience to support the next chapter in the Clearbox journey.
Clearbox is pleased to announce that we have been awarded ‘Cloud-based technology of 2016’ at the Construction Computing Awards. We were also runners-up with Kier for our joint work on the ‘Where’s the Bear?’ charity initiative.