- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
- Specialist wikis
Last edited 28 Jan 2022
Types of construction knowledge
The Specification for Discoverable Construction Knowledge defines the following types of explicit knowledge:
- Educational and Training
- Research, Development and Innovation
- Product Knowledge
- Project Knowledge
- Case Law
- Brochure/ leaflet
- File note
- Request for information
- Technical query
- Data set
- GIS dataset
- Information Exchange File
- Room data sheet
- Design information
- Schedule or Table
- Bills of Quantity
- Cost Plan
- Animation file
- Clash rendition
- Model - Two dimensional
- Model - Three dimensional
- Planning control
- Project planning
- Method statement
- Record information
- Snagging list
Tacit knowledge includes:
- 70-20-10 learning model.
- Construction knowledge comes out of the dark ages. Press release 27 August 2020.
- Construction knowledge sources.
- Construction Knowledge Survey results.
- Construction knowledge task group.
- Document control.
- Fit for purpose - Big data reveals the construction knowledge gap.
- How to apply the Specification for Discoverable Construction Knowledge to web pages.
- Knowledge management.
- Knowledge pyramid.
- Specification for Discoverable Construction Knowledge.
Featured articles and news
How has transport changed due to Covid-19 ?
Will you need it ? after June 15 and the new Part O ?
Create an account and write the first of many articles.
CIAT commentary after the first meeting.
Who is to blame?
Research recommends focussing on portfolio success rather than project success.
The revised standard for mapping underground utilities.
Cross-industry steering group seeks support in delivery.
Help us update process pieces from your field.
APM report explores existing practice.
COVID-19 and the importance of mental wellbeing.
As Professionally Qualified Person (PQP).
In order of relevance and with industry responses.
Raising awareness of the impacts of loneliness.
The list is growing, and in more ways than one.
We shouldn’t build new, If we can’t maintain what's built.
Timber Accelerator Hub phase 1 report