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.
Digital processes and Building Information Modelling are a pivotal part of Hong Kong’s strategy to develop a sustainable construction industry. The unveiling last year of the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge was the latest impressive demonstration
A new wiki aimed at accelerating the uptake of Building Information Modelling and making fully digitalised construction the norm, has been unveiled by PCSG and Designing Buildings. BIM Wiki is a free, open-access knowledge sharing
The risks to construction organisations of not embracing digital ways of working were highlighted at a major London construction summit where contributors included PCSG’s Dr Jennifer Macdonald. Digital information management and the use of digital
PCSG's Asia Pacific Lead, Gavin Cotterill, addressed a seminar in Brisbane, Queensland aimed at sharing perspectives and experience of digital enablement. The openBIM: Getting it Right seminar was the second in a series of strategic
Isabella Falconer, PCSG’s first formal apprentice, had reservations about embarking on her training: “I had the perception of construction that lots of people have - large blokes digging.” Her past year on a City &
A joint proposal from PCSG, the Construction Products Association (CPA) and MK9 Development to create a digitally connected supply chain model for the construction industry has secured backing from the Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
Strategies for successfully embracing digital construction and for exploiting technology to unlock efficiencies across the built asset lifecycle, were explored at the 2019 Digital Construction Summit. The event, led by PCSG’s chairman, Mark Bew, featured
Gaist, which PCSG supports with corporate communications, is providing a technological boost for winter resilience in Cumbria with BridgeCat, the award-winning mobile bridge inspection system. The system, funded by the Department for Transport and developed