We were a piloting partner for the ACCEPT project, a European Union-funded project to make it easier for construction workers on building sites to access design information.
ACCEPT uses next-generation technology to tackle the well-recognised ‘performance gap’ between design and construction on building sites.
The aim is to improve knowledge transfer, project coordination and quality assurance during the construction process – helping to make homes cheaper and more environmentally friendly.
With Norwich architectural firm Ingleton Wood, one of 11 ACCEPT partners across 7 European countries, and builders John Youngs, we trialled ACCEPT technology at our new developments at Trunch and Bodham at north Norfolk.
Our sites provided valuable feedback from real-life applications to the ACCEPT project team, helping to produce high-quality, energy-efficient and affordable new homes. The picture shows an augmented reality image using ACCEPT, which creates a walk-through effect for users.