nCRISP - National Platform for Build Enviornment

nCRISP as an organisation is no longer in existance and has along with CRISP evolved into the National Platform for the Built Environment.

THe National Platform is now the UK steering group for research and development for the next 10-15 year. It has defined three long term challenges to the industry.:

  • to become customer-centred,
  • knowledge-based and value-driven
  • to become sustainable
  • to harness ICT and automation to achieve these.

nCRISP

Possibly nCRISP's most notable contribution was the publication of their three-year Business Plan (2014 - 2016). in Oct 2014.

This business plan (a copy can be obtained by emialing Bob Derren sets out 10 priority issues under three themes and six sectors, identified as nCRISP priorities over the three year period. The inclusion of sectors (infrastructure, heritage, general building, etc) is to address the problem of 'construction' being treated as a single homogeneous industry or sector.  ABPCO - The Association of British Professional Conference Organisers

The UK National Platform is currently producing a Strategic Research Agenda for the Built Environment. The National Platform’s future business plan will be detailed after the Strategic Research Agenda is launched in June 2006. It will be dedicated to delivering the Strategic Research Agenda and ensuring that research is undertaken that supports industry’s future requirements.

Over the years Construction Industry has extended its building and construction expertise to include many specialised construction services. Take a look at MnM's areas of expertise to see the breadth of our capabilities and view some of current and completed projects.

  • Environment Agency - projects include: investigating stakeholder values; the state of the environment in the North West
  • Forestry Commission
  • Isle of Man government
  • Lancashire County Council
  • Manchester City Council - projects include: carrying out a sustainability review of MCC's draft environmental strategy, chairing MCC's Local Agenda 21 committee
  • NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency (PASA)
  • North West Development Agency - projects include environmental audit of NWDA
  • Oldham MBC - assisted with the Evolve programme
  • Watford MBC - carried out a social audit of the authority's best value programme

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A £13 million green regeneration of a 1930s housing estate in Sheffield has been shortlisted for a top national award.

Benefits for Industry

  • Recruitment
  • Training and Career Progression
  • Access to Cutting Edge Knowledge and Innovation
  • Linking to Funding and Resource Opportunities
  • Innovation Circles

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  • In October 2003, nCRISP published their three-year Business Plan (2004 - 2006). This sets out ten priority issues under three themes and six sectors, identified as nCRISP priorities over the three year period. The inclusion of sectors (infrastructure, heritage, general building, etc) is to address the problem of 'construction' being treated as a single homogeneous industry or sector. more