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    3RD/4TH FEBRUARY 2022
    CODE NODE, 10 South Place, London EC2M 7EB


    Project:Hack13 will bring together business analysts, project delivery experts and data scientists to push boundaries and develop innovative solutions to enhance project delivery outcomes. Working as part of a team, attendees tackle real world industry challenges from the likes of Highways England, Petrofac, NHS, SRM, Environment Agency, Sisk & More. Network with others who share the vision and passion and influence some major players. Compete to win thousands of pounds of Amazon Vouchers. All profits from ticket sales go to Cancer Research UK.

    Register here for Project:Hack 13

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  • "An amazing event! Well organised, highly motivated people, masterclasses were very educational. Some organisations would charge a lot for this! Superlative service to the community"



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    "An eye-opening event showcasing what can be achieved when a diversity of skills is applied to a focused problem...without any time to procrastinate"

  • Location: Code Node, 10 South Pl, London EC2M 7EB

    Rules & Good Practice:

    Be nice, work collegiately, help each other. We’ve all given up time to be here.

    Hackathons are like marathons. Some people go to compete but most people take part to better themselves and have fun. Whatever the reason is you're at a hackathon, make sure you're upholding the hacker spirit by collaborating with other teams, helping beginners, and having fun.

    No discrimination, harassment, bullying or anything else that may impact your co-hackers.

    Have fun!


    Please Ensure your presentation video, code and data are all in a zip file when submitted
    • Hack 11 - 1st Place
      OCTOBER 7th/8th
      09:00AM - 17:00PM

      1st place went to team 14C, The Project Professionals jEDIs This challenge was provided by our very own headline sponsor Major Projects Association and NHS Jo Stanford, MA ChPP FAPM. A challenge about developing a clear visualisation tool to allow the NHS to understand and shape the composition of their current workforce, well done! 'Having discussed the challenge on the day, I can really see it's application. The solution was very well thought through and visually impactful. Very well done team - develop this one further please!' .

      Hack 11 - 2nd Place
      OCTOBER 7th/8th
      09:00AM - 17:00PM

      2nd place went to challenge 12. The challenge was set by Gleeds to create a tool that allows for a quick and efficient comparison of cost when considering lifecycle and how frequently components must be replaced and maintained. 'Great presentation - captured my interest at the very start and kept it all the way through. I liked the way you kept coming back to the practical issues being faced in this area and I thought the technology solution was a lot better than anything I've seen to date in this area.'

      Hack 11 - 3rd Place
      7th/8th OCTOBER
      09:00AM - 17:00PM

      Challenge Overview

      3rd Place went to Team 1B - This challenge was set by Nplan and the goal was to gain insight and understanding into the effect of project schedule updates and how that data can be used. 'Very clear presentation & well explained. Really well thought out dashboard clearly displaying the information to the end user. Network explorer looks great, and will be interesting to take it further and use it to enhance insights.' .

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