Generation for Tech – Better, Faster, Stronger?

As G4C, the young professional voice of the UK Built Environment we recognise that technology is changing the face of the built environment right from design processes all the way through operation. Technology is modernising the way we design, make decisions and interact with one another leading to a smarter, more efficient and collaborative construction industry. … Continue reading “Generation for Tech – Better, Faster, Stronger?”

General Knowledge Pub Quiz

  Join G4C for a General Knowledge Pub Quiz When: Thursday 6th June, 6:30pm Where: Pen and Pencil, Fourways House, 57 Hilton St, Manchester M1 2EJ This is a perfect opportunity for young property and construction professionals or those looking to join the sector to network, enjoy some drinks and battle it out to become quiz … Continue reading “General Knowledge Pub Quiz”

G4C Oxford – Technology Evening

The Generation for Change Oxford committee are pleased to invite you to an evening at Oxford Brookes University showcasing the latest technology to hit the construction industry. We are pleased to welcome three pioneering technology companies who will be demonstrating their products and answering your questions. A cold sandwich buffet with cakes and refreshments will … Continue reading “G4C Oxford – Technology Evening”

Transport for the North

The Young Generation Recently Harry Paige went into Sheffield Hallam to give a talk on the challenge set by Transport for the North followed by an hour’s think tank on their thoughts. As part of the leaders challenge with Turner & Townsend. Students with ranging degrees, mostly from the built environment, openly discussed their opinions … Continue reading “Transport for the North”

Open vs. secure, getting the balance right with construction project data

The volume of information generated in todays digital world will not have escaped anyone reading this and we have now firmly entered the ‘big data’ age where large pools of information are captured, communicated, aggregated, stored, and analysed as part of every sector and function of the global economy. The construction sector is a huge … Continue reading “Open vs. secure, getting the balance right with construction project data”