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Relevate is founded on the belief that there is a better way to build construction. We offer innovative consulting services to owners, project teams and contractors to help them transform the way they buy, manage, and coordinate construction.

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Our Podcasts

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April 12, 2022

4 How can the construction world crack productivity? (With Ed Powell)

Connor Butler and Ed Powell from Relevate take a deep dive into the big issues around low productivity levels in construction – revealing a stack of solutions and fresh ways of thinking.

Read more on our blog: How to Double Your Productivity

January 24, 2022

3 Making it through the final mile (With Andrew Piland & Nicholas Dimitruk)

Connor Butler from Relevate explores more efficient ways of tackling what is often the toughest part of a construction project – the final mile when materials are stacking up onsite, and delays and confusion can creep in. He’s joined by two men offering innovative insights as to what part of the solution might be – Andrew Piland from Touchplan and Nicholas Dimitruk from Bitrip.

December 13, 2021

2 Is modular construction the way forward? (With Stephen Malmros)

Connor Butler from Relevate and Stephen Malmros from Malmros Consulting explore whether modular construction offers a solution to the current labor and supply chain crisis.

Read more on our blog: A Look at Modular Construction

September 16, 2021

1 How do we solve the labor & supply chain crisis? (With Sean Cole)

Connor Butler from Relevate and Sean Cole from Currie & Brown discuss the labor shortages, supply chain delays and spiralling prices that are causing havoc in the construction world. Why is this happening, what are the consequences and how can we tackle it?