BaseStone has been recognised as one of the Top 100 Companies of the year by the New Civil Engineer

We have some exciting news, and are proud to announce that BaseStone has been named as one of the Top 100 Companies of the year! Being named as one of the Top 100 Companies as part of the NCE100 Power List is a fantastic achievement and great recognition for some of the really exciting work that we have being doing over the last year to further improve Construction Productivity and the way that construction projects around the world are being delivered.

The NCE100 Power List recognises the most forward-thinking, innovative firms operating in civil engineering today. These are the firms that are doing the right things, in the right way, to deliver the outcomes that benefit society. For BaseStone, it is a great honour to be part of such a distinguished list, given that we are also one of the youngest companies on there!

On hearing the announcement, BaseStone’s CEO, Alexander Siljanovski, has said:

“We are excited to be named as one of the top 100 companies of 2019 by New Civil Engineer. Having BaseStone listed on the NCE100 Power List is further proof that our product and direction is increasingly valued by the industry. It has also served as great and well deserved recognition of the incredible efforts the entire BaseStone team have put in to get us to this stage – I couldn’t be more proud of them!”

If you would like to find out more about some of the work we are doing, and how we could possibly be used to help improve the way you deliver your projects, get in touch at, or give us a call on 020 3290 6967.

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Blockchain in Construction

Is Blockchain going to save construction or is it an ineffective innovation toy?

This presentation was held on 18th October 2018. at Digital Construction Week 2018 at Industry 4.0 stage by our Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Simon McCabe. 

Does Blockchain add value in Construction? With crypto currency fever well behind us, is the underlying Blockchain technology headed for a similar fate? While the UK construction industry faces another painful year should we be investing in Blockchain? Crystal ball style predictions are great talking points but should not drive business strategy. Strategy and execution in innovation is more important than predicting winners, just ask Apple.

In this video of the talk given at Digital Construction Week, Simon provides some critical analysis to help innovators and managers evaluate the amazing claims about Blockchain and more importantly whether or not it is relevant to you and your business.

You can watch the full presentation here:

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BaseStone is the winner of the Best Application of Technology at the Digital Construction Awards 2018

At the Digital Construction Awards 2018 ceremony at the Crystal in London, we gained new and very respectable industry recognition by winning “Best Application of Technology” at the Digital Construction Award. This category provides recognition for companies and projects that effectively utilise specific technology to improve processes and deliver measurable improvements. BaseStone’s nomination for this category comes down to the massive productivity gain of 60% that was achieved by BaseStone and long-standing customer, the Costain Skanska Joint Venture (CSJV), for their work on the London Underground Bakerloo Line Link (BLL) project at Paddington Station.

On that occasion, BaseStone’s CEO, Alexander Siljanovski, FRSA sad:

“We are delighted to win such a prestigious award at the inaugural Digital Construction Awards at DCW. The quality of the competition and the positive atmosphere at this digitally focussed event was extremely impressive. We would not have been able to achieved this success without the support of an outstanding team at Bakerloo Line Link – Costain, Skanska, London Underground, T-Clarke and Design Rationale.”

BaseStone at Digital Construction Week 2018

Here at BaseStone, we are very excited to be attending Digital Construction Week on the 17th and 18th of October at the Excel Centre in London. BaseStone will also be providing two presentations, so be sure to not miss them if you plan on attending the event (full session descriptions and times below). Last year at Digital Construction Week we asked the big question – “How can we improve productivity in construction?” Check out the responses we received in this video and register for your ticket to this year’s event here. Be sure to come by and visit us at Stand E75, meet the team, and have a chat with us (or simply have a play on our arcade machine!).

Our presentation sessions are listed below:

17th October 12:30 – 12:45, Tech Stage: The largest problem in the construction industry by Alexander Siljanovski MEng(Hons) MSc CEng MIET FRSA Chief Executive Officer – BaseStone 

Poor productivity is one of the largest problems in the construction industry, with estimated losses worldwide of $1.6tn per year. Technology has been seen as a productivity enabler in many industries, and construction offers the largest potential productivity gain. However, construction is often the last industry to adopt new technologies. BaseStone, through our mobile and web based collaboration tool, has for the past few years been direct involved in addressing the productivity problem head on. In this talk we will discuss our findings, wins and challenges faced in cracking the largest problem in construction.

18th October 15:30-16:00, Industry 4.0: Blockchain in construction by Dr. Simon McCabe, Chief Technology Officer – BaseStone

Introduction to the blockchain: An overview of areas of applicability Benefits and Blockers. Is the blockchain fit for construction and is construction fit for new technology?  What are the real problems that the blockchain can solve? What are vanity ‘me too’ projects Quality and evidence is? If trust is the issue does the Blockchain solve it? What does the blockchain mean for quality? Why is this needed in construction? How could it change the industry Conclusion? You can’t solve business problems with technology.  You can improve business with technology. Construction needs innovation but needs to tread carefully. These are all the questions that will be answered in Dr. Simon’s lecture on Digital Construction Week 2018.

Also, we would like to remind you that we have been shortlisted for the  2018 Digital Construction Awards in the Category for the Best Application of Technology! Our nomination for this category comes down to the massive productivity gain of 60% that was achieved using BaseStone, by our partner and long-standing customer, the Costain Skanska Joint Venture (CSJV), for their work on the London Underground Bakerloo Line Link (BLL) project at Paddington Station.

The winners will be announced at the Digital Construction Awards on the 17th October – so wish us the best of luck!