The financial crisis back in 2008 has left the construction industry scarred. But it has also opened up for new opportunities and threats, including mega trends that now establishes the current construction and materials market. Some of these mega trends are new emerging markets, urbanization, demographics (growing middle class), international regulations, consumer demand and emerging technologies.

More people are urbanizing which means that there’s high demand for construction materials. International regulations are pushing many segments of society to go green, which results in a higher demand for materials that support and promote a clean and sustainable environment. Energy efficiency is therefore at the very top of the agenda of stakeholders across the value chain.

Construction projects today are evolving faster than ever. Buildings are getting taller, bridges are getting wider, and urban centers are desiring smarter cities. Technology in infrastructure helps enable advanced designs in the planning and construction of mega projects. Some of these technologies include drones, robotics, automation, advanced data and analytics.

We specialize in helping the construction and materials industry rethink their business models to adapt to the challenges of today and tomorrow, and help you find new routes to sustainable growth by providing you with all the tools you need.

We differentiate as the only company specialized in enabling the construction and materials industry to apply standards and patterns of success to meet the disruption and challenges in every segment of the construction and materials industry.

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Key topics where standards are used

Discover how chemical executives address key topic that spans the entire production cycle, from raw material inputs to primary production, fabrication and distribution – these include:

  • Define future growth and shareholder value
  • Value based cost reduction to boost yield, margins & customer satisfaction
  • Expand production and find new value in their core assets

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  • Environmental, health and safety compliance
  • Industry 4.0 – Transform workforce and machine productivity
  • Productivity: align digitilze workforce, capabilities, workflow, process, data & scheduling
  • Advanced data-driven quality control
  • Asset management and predictive maintenance
  • Remote operations: machine as a service and robot assisted
  • Remote prodcution: Self organizing and line simulation
  • Integrated and optimized end-to-end supply chain

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