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Constructionarium Ltd – transition to a sustainable future

Training and development

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Constructionarium Ltd

Balfour Beatty, Bam Nuttall, Byrne Bros. Formwork Ltd, Expanded, Interserve, J Murphy & Sons, JN Bentley, Kier, Laing O'Rourke, Morgan Sindall, Morrisroe, Multiplex, P J Carey Ltd, Sir Robert McAlpine, Volker Stevin




Specialist, Infrastructure, Housing, Commercial

This project sits under the structured fund, experiential learning opportunity and will deliver a sustainable experiential learning offer for England.

This will enable more universities to access the Constructionarium offer and will result in an increase in the number of universities engaged in Constructionarium. The project will also create a new experiential learning scenario that can be shared with wider industry.

  • Final project report
  • 65 events delivered
  • 975 individuals involved in events for the life of the project
  • At least 20 university or FE colleges or UTCs or organisations engaged
  • One new project developed free at the point of use (to include a student pack, contractor pack and drawings)
  • 9 delegate case studies.

01 Nov 2018

15 Nov 2021

End of project summary

Funding for this project was granted to enable Constructionarium Ltd to deliver financially sustainable experiential learning for academia and industry alike, with the aim to increase the numbers of students/delegates each year and develop their current offering. Regrettably due to COVID, the progression of the funding aims have been impacted and the number of students and delegates that could gain access to the unique offering significantly reduced. 2020 saw just over 100 delegates, industry partners and academics against just over 1000 in 2019. Our transition to a new NetZero training facility was also impacted and has meant that we will continue to develop our site at Bircham Newton (where we have been based for 17 years), as a centre of excellence to meet the growing needs of the industry. Constructionarium would like to thank CITB for all their help and support over the years and look forward to a continued relationship.

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