GRAHAM shortlisted in 3 categories at the Digital Construction Awards

GRAHAM shortlisted in 3 categories at the Digital Construction Awards image

GRAHAM nominated for recognizing the increasing role that technology plays in delivering lasting impact.

GRAHAM features in 3 shortlisted entries including Digital Contractor of the year, Digital Collaboration of the year and Best Use of Data on a Project for Baird Family Hospital & ANCHOR Centre Aberdeen. The awards attracted over 140 entries from leading UK contractors and high-profile projects and were judged by a panel of impartial industry leaders.

Industry-leading IT innovations and approach to digitisation on site has earned GRAHAM a place in the shortlists. Long-term strategic investment is creating competitive advantage, improving efficiency, reducing costs and delivering better outcomes for clients. GRAHAM’s approach has culminated in agile teams and platforms that can adapt to ever-changing environments quickly, with technology as the enabler.

Initiatives range from Biometrics solutions for CSR reporting and 4D visualization to Augmented Reality, enabling site teams to view the actual and the model in real time, delivering better outcomes and transparency for clients. A crucial outcome of the site-centric approach is the normalisation of the standardised digital benchmark on every GRAHAM project, which ensures every client and site benefits.

Andrew Crawford, Head of IT Business Solutions at GRAHAM commented:

"We have great confidence in the technology investments we have made and are certain that this approach will continue to deliver long-term value to our clients. Our focus on sites, clients, and subcontractors ensures that we are using technology where it matters most and building deeper partnerships with them to create lasting impact. We are delighted that this approach has been recognized by the Digital Construction Awards, further demonstrating the positive impact that our technology investments and approach are having on our business and clients."