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To encourage innovation and provide evidence for the adoption of digital technologies and new processes across the construction sector, IC3 will deliver a series of demonstrator projects.

The demonstrator projects are co-designed, delivered and evaluated by industry, academia and public sector partners. They represent innovative building and infrastructure projects encompassing public and private sector developments and aim to demonstrate the value of the application of digital technologies and new ways of working and provide an evidence base to de-risk innovation.

Projects address the IC3 core themes of Assurance and Traceability; Improving the Performance of Built Assets; and Procuring for Value. IC3 is working with circa 30 partners to develop demonstrator projects, which include:

  • Social Housing and Net Zero Target

Development and evaluation of the application of digital twins to support decision making and project evaluation for deep retrofit of social housing to deliver net zero targets

  • New Business Models and Whole Life Cycle Performance

Enabling and testing of new business models and integrated approaches to provide improved whole life system performance of built assets

  • Educational Buildings and Sustainability Targets 

Demonstration of digital-twin supported operational management delivered against established sustainability frameworks in an educational building

  • Platform for Innovation

Development and testing of a platform for innovation and validation in design and construction of new housing, employing Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and smart technologies for adaptable homes

  • Data Centric Construction

Demonstrating how application of data science and machine learning can provide insights and understanding to improve construction-phase productivity and drive improvements in efficiency, sustainability, and customer experience during the operational phase of a building’s life cycle

If you are interested in developing a demonstrator project with IC3 or finding out more, please fill out this contact form.


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