Winners of Building Innovation Awards 2019 revealed

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Building Innovation Awards,

PBC Today attended the Building Innovation Awards last week (23 October), where a host of industry experts celebrated some of the best innovation the construction industry has to offer

Set at the historical Midland Hotel in Manchester, the Building Innovation Awards presented a night of glitz and glam for construction industry professionals.

Adorned in black tie attire attendees celebrated the pioneering individuals, organisations and partnerships that are embracing emerging technologies and digital transformation in order to take UK construction to the next level.

Hosted by British comedian and television presenter, Mike McClean, the evening honoured those taking strides to make a change in the sector.

“Today we celebrate the individuals, organisations and companies who have embraced technology and digital transformation in order to push UK construction to the cutting edge.”

Guest speaker, Joseph Daniels CEO and founder of Project Etopia, outlined the importance of a digitally enabled industry and showcased how some of his own innovations are changing the lives of those in Namibia.

Following a three-course meal, the winners of the Building Innovation Awards were announced.

Commenting on the awards, Luke Rilley, projects director at Swan Housing Association, said: “The event here today is great, it’s really showcasing innovation in housing and development and the way the industry has got to change in the future.”

Head of digital construction at Multiplex, Tom Loader, commented: “Without a degree of innovation within everything we do every day we’ll never progress.”

The winners are:

Most Innovative Developer

Swan Housing Association

Most Innovative Contractor

Multiplex Construction

Most Innovative Consultancy

Bond Bryan Digital

Most Innovative Training Provider

Archilizer

Most Innovative Supplier

Ardent Hire Solutions

Most Innovative Supply Chain or Partnership

Bam Nuttall Morgan Sindall (Joint Venture)

Best Use of Emerging Technology

MacRail Systems

Best Skills & Training Innovation

MOBIE

Best Asset Management Innovation

London & Quadrant Housing Trust

Best Planning Innovation

GeoPal

Best Offsite/Modular Innovation

Swan Housing Association

Best Recruitment Innovation

The Square

Best Health & Safety Innovation

Ardent Hire Solutions

Best Materials Innovation

PPG Architectural Coatings – Johnstone’s Trade Air Pure

Most Innovative New Product (Hardware)

Kelda Technology Shower System – Kelda Technology

Most Innovative New Product (Software)

Mapp – SenSat

Best Digital Transformation

GRAHAM

Best Use of BIM

ilke Homes

Most Innovative Building Project

Gateshead Innovation Village – Home Group

Best Technology Partner

Integrity Software

Young Innovator 2019

Hannah Muller-Jones – BuroHappold Engineering

Innovation Champion 2019

Joseph Daniels – Project Etopia

“The building Innovation Awards are important for the industry because it shows that transformation can happen in organisations of any type, any size,” concluded Casey Rutland, UK director of digital at Royal HaskoningDHV.

Building Innovation Awards,
Members of the PBC Today team.

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