This is reflected in its recently rebranded Asset and Solutions Division, which is already changing the future delivery of the 500+ project sites it mobilises every year.
To find out what the future looks like, Peter Haddock talked to Sean Scarah, Plant and Logistics Director for Balfour Beatty Asset and Solutions Division, for the latest edition of Peter’s Think Tank Series, supported by 3D Machine Control and Surveying specialist Leica Geosystems part of Hexagon.
Sean Scarah, Plant and Logistics Director for Balfour Beatty Asset and Solutions Division, “It’s not all about diggers anymore… it’s about a whole connected site where 3D machine control and, in the future autonomous plant help to deliver a project and help us on our journey to Net Zero.
“And to succeed, we all must work more collaboratively together with industry solution and equipment providers as well as supply chain partners, IT specialists and, of course, clients.”
You can listen to the full 56-minute podcast at one of the links below:
Sean has shared so much of his knowledge in this podcast, it’s amazing, and I guarantee you will be making notes when you listen to it and, of course, will want to share it with your colleagues.
So download for a drive, hook in for a long walk or take a listen whilst you cook dinner.
And don’t forget that there are over 50 episodes of the podcast with leaders of the plant and construction sector to enjoy on the Content With Media channel.