ENGINUITY Competitions provide management and leadership training that is relevant and appropriate for construction professionals worldwide.

Participants are given the opportunity to experience the challenges that face their corporate management on a daily basis, and pits them against their colleagues and peers in a unique business management challenge.

Using a sophisticated computer simulation, competing teams are given the task of managing a fledgling UK-based GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS from 2017 onwards.

Operating in a global economy based upon the ‘real world’, there are WORLD EVENTS, economic, political and environmental, that can impact upon the business, and the ENGINUITY NEWS NETWORK (ENN) provides the latest world news headlines.

There are jobs, clients, rival competitors, risks and people worldwide, and the success or failure of the business depends entirely on the decisions each team makes in a number of key business areas.


ENGINUITY 2017
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'NEVER TELL ME THE ODDS' ARE CROWNED THE ENGINUITY 2017 CHAMPIONS

The ENGINUITY 2017 Global Business Management Competition is underway, providing participating teams with the chance to pit their leadership and management skills against their colleagues and peers from around the world in the ultimate construction management experience.

This year's field of over 200 teams includes participants from some of the largest construction businesses in the UK and Worldwide.

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The teams will be playing 8 preliminary rounds during March and April to try and qualify for one of just 12 places in the final, comprising of a further 6 rounds over 2 weeks at the beginning of May to determine the 2017 global champions.


COMPETITIONS IN PROGRESS
Postgraduate students from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Melbourne University (Australia) are taking part in their annual Enginuity Competition from August to October 2017.
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Bechtel, one of the largest global engineering, construction, and project management companies in the world, are playing an Enginuity Competition as part of their Global Graduate Development Programme during September and October 2017.
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Arup, a multinational professional services firm providing engineering, design, planning, project management and consulting services for all aspects of the built environment, are playing an Enginuity Competition as part of their Graduate Development Programme 2017 for the Australasia Region from September to November 2017.
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Msc Construction Project Management students from the School of Engineering and the Built Environment at Birmingham City University are playing an Enginuity Competition from October to December 2017.
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Msc students from the School of Civil Engineering and Surveying (SCES) at the University of Portsmouth are playing an Enginuity Competition from October 2017 to February 2018.
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Second year Undergraduate Civil Engineering students from the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester are playing an Enginuity Competition from October 2017 to December 2017.
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Mercury Engineering, an international provider of engineering solutions within the construction industry, are playing an Enginuity Competition as part of their Graduate Development Programme from October 2017 until February 2018.
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