Reports

Our thought leadership uses a combination of market research, survey data and expert insights gathered from our executive network and the Beaumont Bailey team. We explore the challenges and trends that impact leaders across the globe. We hope you find our latest reports insightful and informative.

Built Environment Technology Ecosystem Map: Operations & Maintenance

The Operations and Maintenance phase covers RIBA 6 (Handover) and RIBA 7 (Use). These stages, collectively known as the “Handover and Closeout” phase, are crucial for ensuring that the completed building meets the client’s requirements, regulatory standards and quality benchmarks. Together, these stages mark the culmination of the architectural journey, culminating in the successful delivery of the project to the client and the community.

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Built Environment Technology Ecosystem Map: Manufacture & Construction

The Manufacture & Construction phase covers RIBA Stage 5. Most of the work in Stage 5 is done by the building contractor, their subcontractors and manufacturing suppliers. By this point in the process, teams will need to have decided and made clear who has what responsibilities under Construction (Design & Management) regulations, ideally in writing. We have segmented technologies in this stage into four key areas: Productivity, Data Capture & Analytics, Sustainability and Marketplace.

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Built Environment Technology Ecosystem Map: Pre-Construction

The Pre-Construction phase covers RIBA 3 (Spatial Co-ordination) and RIBA 4 (Technical Design). We have expanded this to cover any procurement and collaboration platforms that are utilised before construction begins. This includes many of the estimating and bidding platforms, risk management and incorporates the beginning of the site data capture platforms.

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Built Environment Technology Ecosystem Map: Briefing & Design

The Briefing and Design (RIBA Stages 0-2) stage encompasses technologies that enable or support with strategic decision making, project risk assessment and budgeting, developing the initial project brief, carrying out feasibility studies and concept design.

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Residential Development Salary Report

The Residential Development Salary Report 2023 is an insight into the remuneration landscape of UK Directors and Executives from across the industry. Working in partnership with Housing Today, Beaumont Bailey contacted over 1000 Directors, Divisional MD's and Regional Chairs requesting their salary and remuneration information.

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Unlocking the Inflation Reduction Act

The Inflation Reduction Act, signed into law by the Biden administration, is an ambitious investment in domestic energy production and manufacturing with the intention of fighting inflation and reducing carbon emissions in the US by 40% by the end of 2030.

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Building Go-to-Market Teams for ConTech & PropTech

Beaumont Bailey research uncovers how geographic hotspots, competitive landscapes and professional experience of revenue generators could impact the optimal expansion strategy of scaling European SaaS organisations.

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Engagement Through Innovation

The traditional levers; salary, flexibility and benefits, aren’t as effective as they once were, principally because organisations are pulling them at the same time. As a result, salaries have soared but productivity has receded and the increase in pay has done little for engagement.

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Leadership in Housebuilding

From leadership effectiveness, the career path of incumbent leaders, their skillsets and experience and the challenges they all face now and in the future, Beaumont Bailey shares an eye-opening view into the collective psyche of leaders from the housing sector.

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