We are very proud to be recognised as the winner of three categories at the Construction Technology Awards 2022.
The awards, part of the Construction Technology Festival, recognise outstanding examples of digital technology implementation, transformation and leadership that have helped deliver projects better – be that through improved design, efficiency, cost, sustainability or occupancy wellness. Cundall won the following categories:
Digital Project of the Year - The Storm Coaster
The Storm is a first-of-its-kind indoor rollercoaster in the heart of Dubai. Standing 50 meters tall, with a 670-metre track wrapping its way through the building, the rollercoaster pushes the boundary of all aspects of design. Digital engineering played a pivotal role in the success of this project, with extensive parametric modelling being used from the pre-concept stage.
Digital Design Organisation of the Year
This recognises organisations that implement digital methodologies into the workflow of projects to aid design decisions. At Cundall, we are passionate about innovation and digital engineering is a key driver across everything we do. We nurture a culture that respects technical excellence and truly believe that every project should achieve genuine benefits through our involvement.
Sustainable Organisation of the Year
This category honours companies that have embedded Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles into their strategy and have systematically executed ESG initiatives and processes within their business. Driven by the built environment’s overwhelming responsibility to reduce its emissions and help achieve global sustainability goals, we are playing our part in the race to net zero.
Olga Litkovets, Director of Business Development and Marketing MENA comments: “I am thrilled that our work in the digital field has led to us winning not just one but three categories at the Construction Technology Awards. To be able to showcase our digital skills on projects and the amazing work our team is doing behind the scenes is a great testament to the emphasis we put on driving digitisation within the industry. It’s imperative we share this with our peers, and we can all learn from one another to keep construction moving in the right direction. When it comes to sustainability, it is fantastic to see another recognition of the steps we are taking to build a zero carbon future.”