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Projects create a rich seam of data that codifies our collective hard won delivery experience.
But that data often dissipates as an exhaust plume rather than a source of insight.
The data is of variable and often unknown quality. It is misaligned to the challenges that we are trying to solve.
Environment Agency: Health and Safety Data Ingestion
The Construction Data Trust are working with the Environment Agency in the public sector to pool health and safety data. This project is ongoing.
We provide a range of services centred on improving the value of data.
Providing the ecosystem to securely pool and combine data. The Trust’s core service.
Producing and commissioning reports to derive insights from the data that is hosted within the trust.
Facilitating Data Access
Facilitating access to data for key stakeholders whilst safeguarding the interests of data providers and members.
Use Case Alignment
Capturing the key problem statements that affect the industry then assessing whether we have the data to answer them.
Providing thought leadership to shape and steward a project delivery ontology, data model and associated taxonomies.
Data Quality Assessment
Developing the data pipelines to assess and provide feedback/insights on data quality. Benchmarking data quality.
“Projects need good data to appropriately track programme performance, but the underlying data which communicates progress can be poor.”
The Public Account Committee’s report on Lessons from major projects and programmes