Building for the future


Construction, one of the most important UK industries, is going through a huge transformation. Government incentives combined with new regulations, public demand and economic turmoil, have increased the industry’s challenges and the pressure on business to find new ways of working.

While many other sectors have been completely transformed by new digital and data tools, in construction there is still a digital gap to be filled. However, thanks to technology advances, optimising production by reducing time & costs and improving quality, while moving away from working in silos, could not be easier.

Learn how Third Generation Business Intelligence can help you empower all areas of your business, bringing your workforce together in ways never seen before.

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How we can help


Empowering the construction landscape

Our many years working with a range of leading developers, housing associations, agents and land owners allow us to understand the diverse needs within the construction industry. From data integration to analytics and data warehousing, we are here to help you drive real changes, and ultimately increase efficiency, by reducing waste. At CACI, we are committed to working with our clients to develop the right systems, processes and technologies to allow them to drive benefits in the immediate future, whilst ensuring that they have an infrastructure that is scalable, flexible and robust.


Data Warehousing, Data Insight & Self-Serve Analytics

CACI has extensive experience within the construction and house-building sector. We help our clients to leverage greater value and insight from their data to drive improved business performance. Our core skills lie in the design, implementation and support of data warehouse environments. We also partner with renowned software vendors including Qlik, Microsoft and Tableau to deliver front end analytics solutions that surfaces data in intuitive self-service dashboards. 


Project Management, Consultancy and Managed Services

Our fusion framework is a complete theory designed for use in a wide range of projects from small engagements through to enterprise IT transformation programmes. Our goal in creating the framework was to provide a complete best practice delivery methodology that addressed all important aspects of project delivery including stakeholder engagement, requirements definition, benefits realisation, agile development, quality assurance, governance and transformation.


Stakeholder Engagement

Outcome realisation

Data Architecture

Optimise Data flow through your organisation

Data Science

Generate insight from your data


Providing insight at the points of need



Mucking In Together

The construction sector has  undergone significant change  in the past decade, but what does the future hold for the  sector? Insider gathered top contractors and other experts at Turner & Townsend’s base in Manchester.

The BI Survey

The BI Survey 18 examines user feedback on BI product selection and usage across 30 criteria (KPIs) including business benefits, project success, business value, recommendation, customer satisfaction, customer experience, innovation and competitiveness.

Smarter Construction: 10 years industry report

The construction sector is one of the most important drivers of the UK economy, but also a sector that has been playing catch-up with other industries in adopting digital technology and data analytics.

Amey Network Maintenance Alliance

Read our case study on how we helped Amey, a leading provider of social, environmental and transport infrastructure services, who employs more than 11,000 people across the UK, to improve efficiency and reduce waste.  



We connected our line of business system and within minutes created a dashboard to summarise data to drill into specific areas of interest. We were delighted to see information that would take several hours of data traction and manipulation to achieve

David Richardson

ICT coordinator, Scape Group

After having a number of technical issues last year, we were amazed at CACI capability to step up with short notice, when we were let down by our initial provider and provide not only highly Skilled resource to get Qlik installed in a complicated environment, but also be able to provide high quality training to ensure that we get the best out of the tool itself

Darren Brown

Project Manager, Business Change and Technology, Eon UK

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