We are approaching a new era of investment in major infrastructure upgrades.

From tackling the housing crisis to building and reinventing our towns and cities, it has never been more crucial for construction companies to work from a solid foundation.

The rate of change in the operating environment coupled with the challenges of sustainability and cost have led to an increased demand for agile working practices in the construction sector.

With over 30 years' experience, StableLogic are your trusted technology partner and can help you to navigate the complex technology landscape allowing you to focus on what you do best - building the future.

Key transformations in the construction sector.

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Transforming standards of safety in construction with Construction Skills Certification Scheme



The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) saves lives by ensuring construction workers are trained & qualified, but they needed a modern solution to do more.

StableLogic delivered detailed analytics of card holders, a future model of skills availability & up-to-date employee register​, and data for employers to meet their legal requirements.

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Delivering best-in-class commercial agreements for a FTSE 250 Construction company with Balfour Beatty



Balfour Beatty is a major international infrastructure and construction company based in the UK.

StableLogic leveraged our 30+ years of consulting experience to ensure good commercial value for network services. Working as an extension of their sourcing team, we collaboratively delivered best-in-class agreements across the network stack.

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Building bridges and enhancing productivity through modern collaboration tooling with Costain



Costain Group PLC is a British construction and engineering company with a strong focus on creating connected, sustainable infrastructure that enables people and the planet to thrive.

StableLogic led a strategic review of collaboration tools leading a new technology and enhanced team productivity.

The construction industry is experiencing a transformative shift, driven by rapid technological advancements and innovative practices.

From the integration of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to the deployment of artificial intelligence and machine learning, these cutting-edge tools are revolutionising project planning, design, and execution. The adoption of digital twin technology, robotics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is not only enhancing efficiency and accuracy but also fostering sustainability and safety across construction sites. Additionally, skills shortages and an increased focus on sustainability have put additional pressure on decision-makers in construction.

Skills Shortages

Skills shortages persist in the construction industry, intensifying pressure on projects and timelines. To tackle this issue, there's a growing call-to-action to attract more young people to apprenticeships and vocational training programs. Addressing this shortage is crucial for ensuring a skilled workforce to meet the industry's demands.

Focus on Sustainability

There is an increasing awareness of the environmental impact the construction industry has, leading to stakeholders and investors requiring more commitment from businesses to promote more eco-friendly practices. This focus on sustainability reflects a growing need for construction companies to prioritise environmentally friendly approaches and materials in their projects. Meeting these demands is becoming increasingly crucial for staying competitive and meeting regulatory requirements.

New Policy

Governments around the world are reforming regulations for the construction sector, requiring organisations to be adaptable to change. This shift in policy is influencing how construction companies operate and comply with regulations. Adapting to these new policies is essential for organisations to remain compliant and competitive in the industry.

New Innovation

New innovations, such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), are revolutionising the construction industry by enabling the creation of three-dimensional (3D) models to represent new buildings. These technologies are reshaping traditional practices and enhancing efficiency throughout the sector. Embracing these innovations is crucial for staying competitive and meeting the evolving demands of the industry.

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Relevant insights for the construction industry.

How Deeper Level OT Asset Data Drives Security & Compliance
How Deeper Level OT Asset Data Drives Security & Compliance
28 May, 2024

Summary Asset visibility and the collection of detailed data from industrial environments is not “cybersecurity” in and ...

The Biggest Mystery in AI: How to Navigate Explainability
The Biggest Mystery in AI: How to Navigate Explainability
21 May, 2024

AI has undoubtedly transformed numerous sectors, presenting both opportunities and challenges. It is crucial for busines...

6 Steps of Project Scope Management
6 Steps of Project Scope Management
30 April, 2024

In today’s dynamic and digitally-driven work environment, where teams collaborate remotely across various platforms, eff...

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