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Construction Industry Institute

Branding Updates and Consolidation of 30 Years of Research

Scope: Website Rebuild + CMS Integration

Details

Construction Industry Institute (CII), based at The University of Texas, is the research and development center for the capital projects industry. Established in 1983 with a mission to, “…inspire owners, contractors/suppliers, and academia to collaborate through research to produce best practices and implementation resources, creating innovative solutions that tangibly improve safety and capital efficiency.”

In Phase 1, CII entrusted Adaptdev to transform their existing research portal to an immersive Knowledge Base that lets their 130+ public and private member firms explore 30+years of research, publications, presentations, and tools. In the final Phase, launched in July of 2017, the Knowledge Base was migrated to a newly rebuilt website focused on marketing the benefits of CII to further engage existing members and entice new members across a variety of roles in core industries.

Strategy
Develop a responsive new website with a streamlined interface and an easy-to-manage CMS with integrated data from CII’s internal CRM system.

Highlights

Adaptdev’s efficient architecture, pixel-perfect code and fully responsive interface gives CII an elegant solution that helps them meet key business goals. The new website helps CII motivate prospects to become members and helps existing members get the research they need, facilitates collaboration with other member groups and provides events and education to excel in their industry.

The Kentico CMS implementation helps CII manage content with less effort using customized templates, webparts, forms and widgets.


The Adaptdev team has been a strong and highly responsive partner throughout our projects, from planning to execution and beyond.

Deborah DeGezelle, Manager of Information Services