Digital Advisory & Strategy2020-11-10T12:49:09+00:00

Digital Advisory & Strategy

Supporting asset owners to define the case for change, identify their goals and plot the optimum path forward.

To unlock real value from digital techniques and technologies, asset owners must first have a deep understanding of their objectives, clearly defined goals and a comprehensive case for investment.



Deep-dives designed to define problems and carve the optimum path forward.

Our rapid discovery service sees our team work with clients at pace to develop a detailed outline of ambitions, define their problems and painpoints, identify possible constraints and find the optimum activities to achieve their goals.

These deep-dives form the foundation of our clients’ digital strategies – and arm them with a benchmark against which they can assess progress as they move forward into delivery.

Articulating the case for change.

For asset owners, a decision to forge forward with a Cloud-based digital strategy hinges on two key factors: A clear articulation of the basis for investment – and robust evidence that it will bring about positive change.

Following or adapting the HM Treasury ‘Green Book’ (Five Case Model), PCSG supports companies with the development, authoring and analysis of rigorous business cases for digital, Cloud-based transformation programmes.

We help clients to appraise and evaluate the case for change and obtain all the perspectives necessary to take, with confidence, an informed, value-based decision.

PMO and design authority services for asset owners and operators transitioning to the cloud.

PCSG’s fully outsourced PMO and Design Authority Service provides our clients with  specialists who can be integrated into your team to manage the design, development, testing and roll-out of digital change programmes and the development of digital capabilities which supports the delivery of complex built environment projects.

Clear articulation of information needs to set up digital projects for success.

A set of Employer’s Information Requirements is a key document for any built environment organisation working to the Level-2 BIM process and seeking to derive maximum value from it.

We help our clients to establish clearly defined data and Information Requirements (OIR, AIR & EIR) and governance frameworks which are aligned with their strategic objectives and meet their needs at the strategic, management, and technical levels.

By clearly and unambiguously articulating information needs we help set up projects for success.

Developing BIM strategies which unlock value and embed resilience.

In 2011, our chairman, Mark Bew MBE, led the Government programme to mandate the BIM Level 2 digital approach within public sector infrastructure projects.

Since then, we have continued to lead the way in BIM implementation and its application to promote lean, collaborative working across  client organisations and supply chains and to enable the efficient delivery of our social and economic infrastructure.

We provide clients with unparalleled insight for developing successful BIM Strategies, which unlock value and build resilience into day-to-day operations.

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University College London Hospital

In 2013, University College London Hospital (UCLH) identified the need to de-risk their capital projects and reduce the cost of delivery, and identified BIM Level 2 as a key enabler

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PCSG has enabled Sir Robert McAlpine (SRM) to develop and implement a new business systems strategy which is already transforming productivity and capability at this leading Tier One construction and civil engineering group.

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BIM Level 2 Strategy

In 2013, developer St. Petersburg Renovations (SPbR) undertook a programme of work covering twenty-two territories. The programme was to deliver 400,000 new housing units and supporting facilities to be built by 2025.

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BIM Level 2 Expertise

Our chairman, Dr Mark Bew, has been instrumental in developing and implementing the UK Government’s BIM Level 2 strategy. Mark has collaborated with government departments, several hundred industry professionals and the supply chain to agree the Level 2 strategy.

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BIM Level 2 & 3 - Project Design & Delivery

In 2011, PCSG was engaged by HM Government to develop a method to help the UK construction market adopt BIM and a digital approach. The end result was the BIM Level 2 strategy and its subsequent inclusion into the 2011 Construction Strategy.

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Ministry of Justice - Project Design & Delivery

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Estates elected to be one of the first UK Government departments to adopt the recommendations of the UK Construction Strategy, which required all publicly-funded capital investment projects to use Level 2 BIM from 2016.

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Victorian Government

Economic Value of a Digital Built Victoria

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Infrastructure NSW

Strategic Case for a Digital Built NSW

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Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR)

Building Information Modelling (BIM) Health Check and Roadmap

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