The UK construction key performance indicators (KPIs) are national data sets against which a project or a company can benchmark its performance.
What are the UK construction key performance indicators (KPIs)?
The data is collected each year from national surveys covering the construction industry and its clients.
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KPI graphs covering:
- economic (eg client satisfaction, predictability, profit)
- environment (eg energy use, waste)
- respect for people (eg employee satisfaction, sickness absence)
- housing (economic)
- non-housing (economic)
- infrastructure (economic)
- M&E contractors (eg client satisfaction, training)
- construction consultants (eg client satisfaction, training)
- construction products industry (including customer satisfaction, people and environment issues)
- many additional and secondary performance indicators
- Industry progress report showing performance trends over several years
- case studies
Design Quality Indicator
The first Design Quality Indicator (DQI) was launched on 8 July 2002. The DQI is a method of assessing the quality of buildings and can be used by anybody involved in the production of the built environment. The DQI measures the degree of excellence of a facility in relation to its build quality, functionality and impact. Further information about the DQI can be found at www.dqi.org.uk.
This report produced by the KPI Working Group set out a comprehensive framework that construction enterprises could use to measure their performance against the rest of the industry. It has been designed to be used by organisations, large or small, specialist or supplier, designers or constructors.