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Have your say on Digital Innovation and Collaboration in Infrastructure Survey and go in the running to win an Apple Watch Series 6!

E7 and Queensland Major Contractors Association have partnered to create a research study to look at the barriers that impact project performance and delivery across major works in the Energy, Oil & Gas, Resources, Infrastructure and Construction Sectors. 

Construction and Infrastructure are often criticised for lagging behind in the adoption of digital technologies and platforms, but as we have seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry has embraced technology across all areas. From digital site sign in to rapid remote mobilisation of back offices, change has been adopted in the sector like never before, and we wish to investigate the sector’s successes and shine a light on areas where more can be done. 

Both organisations are encouraging stakeholders from across the sector to take part to help understand how the industry has adapted to change and used technology to enhance productivity, collaboration and project delivery. 

The survey can be completed by clicking HERE.

Participation in this survey will help E7 and QMCA to showcase the changes made and to highlight technology adoption in construction via an industry report to be published in December. 

All data submitted in this survey is confidential and will not be released or published as individual responses or attributed to a participant or their company/employer. Responses will be used for aggregating data to create a report and associated content which will identify key trends in the sector based on the available data. Demographic information is captured for validation purposes only and will not be released or shared as part of the survey analysis and reporting.

Our members.

Acciona Infrastructure Australia
Bielby Holdings
BMD Constructions
CPB Contractors
Decmil Group Limited
Fulton Hogan
Georgiou Group
John Holland
Laing O’Rourke
Martinus Rail Pty Ltd
McConnell Dowell
Seymour Whyte Constructions