Demonstrating Excellence Report - Constructing Excellence

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Demonstrating Excellence Report - Constructing Excellence

across the industry and gives employers and domesticconsumers an effective way of identifying skilled andexperienced professionals.For individuals, the CSCS card brings recognition ofprofessional abilities and skills and is aimed atimproving employment prospects.Rethinking Construction, 2002March 2002, the Movement for Innovation, HousingForum and Local Government Task Force cametogether as one organisation under the umbrella title,Rethinking Construction, to improve efficiency.Demonstrations programme devolved to become moreregionally focused.National Strategy Panel working group formed tostimulate improvement through tangible change withinthe construction industry by extending the relationshipbetween Rethinking Construction and industryrepresentatives at all levels in exploiting the lessonsarising from the Demonstration Process, and howthese can be embedded within the industry.A guide to project team partnering, April 2002The second edition of the Guide published by CICThis document is aimed at providing vital guidance foreveryone who sees the potential of partnering but isunsure of his or her ground.Beyond advice this document also provides a templatefor multi-party partnering contract.Design Quality Indicators, 2002July 2002, the trailblazing scheme was launchedpiloting a new method for assessing the design qualityof buildings.Developed by Construction Industry Council in order toenable all stakeholders involved in the builtenvironment to gain more value from the design ofbuildings.Launched as on online toolkit in October 2003.Accelerating Change, 2002Report launched at the end of the first year of theStrategic Forum for Construction chaired by PeterRogers of Stanhope Plc.It identified a number of strategic targets:- By the end of 2004, 20% of construction projectsshould be undertaken by integrated teams and supplychains.- 20% of client activity by value should embrace theprinciples of the Clients‘ Charter.- By the end of 2007 both figures should rise to 50%.Respect for People Toolkits, 2002Toolkits were formally launched in July 2002.The toolkits take the form of checklists and scoringsystems as a measuring tool for benchmarkingperformance and address the following themes:- Diversity in the workplace- On-site welfare- HealthAn updated version of the 5-4-7Targets known as the “5-6-10”Drivers for Change Improving the Project Process Targets for Improvement(Headline KPIs)Committed LeadershipProductDevelopmentPartnering theSupply ChainClient Satisfaction – Product +10%Client Satisfaction – Service +10%Defects -20%Focus on the CustomerPredictability – Cost +20%Product Team IntegrationProjectImplementationProduction ofComponentsPredictability – Time +20%Profitability +10%Quality driven AgendaCommitment to PeopleSustainabilityRespect for PeopleProductivity +10%Safety -20%Construction Cost -10%Construction Time -10%Innovation ■ Best Practice ■ Productivity 21

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