Author Archives: tCnFounder

About tCnFounder

Ryan Briggs is the Founder of tCn and has spent over 10 years in the construction industry working with various local, regional and national organisations. Now working with construction training provider, Built for Training, he is keen to use the tCn platform to help bring our industry together utilising social media technology while encouraging the next generation of talent into careers within the built environment.

The PeerIndex Interview – (Part 1)

Wow! I knew that our #tCnTop100 series would create a lot of activity but wasn’t expecting that much! Our early decision to partner with PeerIndex rather than other online measurement providers was because of 2 reasons. 1. They are UK … Continue reading

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The #tCnTop100 results are out – what now?

If you’re not on Twitter, a member of tCn or a reader of Construction News, then you’ll be forgiven for not knowing that a list of the top 100 Tweeters in the UK built environment was published in the print edition … Continue reading

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Construction News to publish the #tCnTop100 Results

We are pleased to announce that the ‘mystery’ publisher who will be publishing tCn’s Top Tweeters in the UK Built Environment tomorrow is Construction News. Keep an eye out for their exclusive feature tomorrow to see if you or anyone … Continue reading

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#tCnTop100 – The Results…

After much anticipation (and more than a few queries from people who were nominated or nominated others) we are delighted to confirm that the #tCnTop100 results will be announced on Thursday 14 April in partnership with a leading UK construction … Continue reading

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An anniversary, a construction space race and Prof Brian Cox at Ecobuild 2011!

London’s Excel was the venue and 1-3 March 2011 the dates for the latest edition of what some claim to be the biggest and best exhibition for sustainable construction in the UK, if not Europe. It was also the first … Continue reading

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Are you a Top Tweeter in the UK Built Environment? – Update

Wow, what a great response to the #tCnTop100 created only 1 week ago! We had over 100 ‘tweeters’ put themselves forward within 4 days so it seems our industry is not as prehistoric or anti-‘social’ as some would think. In … Continue reading

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Include me in the #tCnTop100 Tweeters

At tCn – the Construction network – we have teamed up with PeerIndex to create a Built Environment version of the UK Twitterati, recently published in the Independent newspaper. We are looking for Twitter users working in architecture, engineering, construction … Continue reading

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tCn wins Be2Award for best online AEC community

For those who might have missed it, last week was Social Media Week in London, and for those interested in how people in the construction and property sectors are using social media, there was only one place to be: the … Continue reading

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tCn shortlisted for two Be2Awards

tCn – the Construction Network has been making steady progress during the winter months. Since our last blog post, we have passed two landmarks: we now have over 2,000 registered tCn members and 1,000 followers on our main Twitter account, tCntweets. … Continue reading

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Just how social is your construction company?

Another great blog post from the Pauley Creative team this week asks construction-related organisations to reflect on why various departments might want or need social media. At tCn we are focusing more and more on two main aims: To offer individuals a … Continue reading

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