The construction knowledge gap is the difference between the easy-to-access, practical knowledge that practitioners want, and the sometimes difficult-to-use, difficult-to-find, 'academic' knowledge that the industry creates. You can find out more about the knowledge gap here.

On 9 May 2018, twenty industry representatives met at the offices of BuroHappold in London to discuss the problems posed by the construction knowledge gap and to consider whether there was support for tackling these problems collaboratively. You can read more about the event here.

This survey will gather feedback about the topics discussed to help determine the way forward.

* 1. Who are you?

* 2. Did you attend the 9 May workshop?

* 3. How important do you think solving the construction knowledge gap is for the industry?

* 4. How important is solving the construction knowledge gap to your organisation?

* 5. How supportive would you be of the following possible solutions? You can read more about each option here.

  Strongly oppose Oppose Neither oppose nor support Support Strongly support
Carry out more research to better understand the problem.
Develop standard industry templates and guidelines for the preparation or commissioning of knowledge.
Create a custom search engine that searches only pre-vetted industry websites.
Undertake a trial, re-purposing some existing knowledge to make it more accessible and practical.
Identify important subject areas and collaboratively develop new, accessible, practical knowledge.

* 6. Are there any other possible solutions you would like to propose?

* 7. To what extent would you like to be involved in progressing this subject?

* 8. Do you have any other comments you would like to make?