In our latest preview of the Building Innovation Awards, PBC Today takes a look at the Most Innovative Supply Chain or Partnership category
This award will recognise innovation and collaboration in practice in the supply chain and excellence in partnership that delivered positive outcomes for a project.
The nominees for the Most Innovative Supply Chain or Partnership are:
Anchor Hanover is a not-for-profit housing association for the over-55s. It made a large investment programme aimed to significantly improve services and living conditions at Runnymede Court. This was a very complex project so to ensure works followed in sequence involved, a huge amount of planning and constant communication was needed.
The BAM Nuttall-Morgan Sindall Joint Venture (bmJV) is delivering a 10-mile upgrade of the M62 motorway. During these works, bmJV has developed and continued successful relationships with the client, joint venture partners and our supply chain. bmJV’s collaborative culture has fostered excellent opportunities to develop industry leading innovations and an overall improved delivery of the project for the client.
Galliford Try developed its Advantage through Alignment initiative with the aim of becoming the employer of choice for everyone involved in its supply chain. Designed with communication at its heart, Advantage through Alignment brings together Galliford Try and its suppliers, understanding each other’s goals and coming behind a common approach through training, workshops and everyday contact. The results have been transformative both for its suppliers and Galliford Try, changing the way the business works.
The winner for the Most Innovative Supply Chain or Partnership will be announced at the Building Innovation Awards gala dinner taking place at The Midland Hotel, Manchester, on 23 October.