People are always surprised by the breadth and depth of what we do here at PCSG.
We are always involved in a wide range of industry events, initiatives and programmes – as well as delivering a vast array of services to our clients every day. You’ll find articles and news stories here, which we hope you find interesting. Please feel free to contact us if you’d like more information about any of the topics covered.
Mark Bew, PCSG’s chairman, will join a line-up of influential speakers at Smart Cities Week in Sydney – the event which brings together policy makers, innovators and entrepreneurs to accelerate the growth of connected cities
PCSG had a strong presence at this year’s Digital Construction Week (DCW) event with well-received presentations from our team on the key developments which are helping to accelerate the move to a more efficient built-environment
Antonio Quesada is one of the newest members of our team. He joined us from VINCI, where he worked on the high-profile, £185m, Mandarin Oriental renovation. Originally qualifying as a building engineer, he supports PCSG
PCSG’s Steve Thompson will join a panel of experts at Digital Construction Week (DCW) to explore offsite construction, manufacturing and the benefits of a fully digital approach in the £56 billion building products sector. As
The brightest and most creative minds from across the built environment sector gathered at the 2018 London/ Ireland AEC ‘hackathon’ – an all weekend event aimed at developing innovative solutions to construction challenges. Now in
Dr Mark Bew, PCSG’s chairman, has been appointed visiting professor to one of the world’s leading centre’s for construction education – the School of the Built Environment at the University of Salford. Mark will work
Clear communication and a compelling 'why' story, are critical components of any digital strategy, writes Colin Mann Digital transformation is a current Board-level subject for many infrastructure organisations. Key C-suite considerations range from financial benefits, risk mitigation
A new paper - with contributors including PCSG’s Olly Thomas - explores why estates teams are not exploiting rich data to improve building performance The benefits to building running costs and performance gained by exploiting