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The Transforming Construction Network Plus provides funding for research projects aiming to address some of the biggest problems currently facing the construction industry.

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The small projects unite academics from different universities to synthesise and bring the best existing and new knowledge to the rest of the programme and maximise exposure across industry. The research supported focus on the gaps, inter-relationships and under-explored regions of this domain, spanning digital, energy, construction and manufacturing expertise, in line with the expectations of the Industrial Strategy Construction Sector Deal. 

Round 1: Funding call 

Funding was available for projects looking to address research questions derived from prior academic study or respond to industry need in the Transforming Construction Challenge’s core themes of:

  • designing and managing buildings through digitally-enabled performance management
  • constructing quality buildings through an offsite manufacturing approach
  • reducing energy demand by improving quality of build and powering buildings through embedded active technologies

The first round of funding calls for Small Projects awarded 4 projects: 

Find out more about the small projects awarded

Round 2: Funding call 

The second round of funding calls for Small Projects is now close for applications.  

For this second round the N+ is offering two schemes to potential applicants. Building on the success of the first round, the N+ is continuing with the small research project schemes. In addition and to encourage Early Career Researchers to take part in the Transforming Construction Challenge, the N+ is offering a discipline-hopping scheme.

Awarded projects will be announced in February.

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