In 2017, the UK government funded an analysis of the various costs associated with a typical construction project, and identified that for every £ pound spent, just over 51% results in residual asset value for the client. The Construction Innovation Hub (CIH) was subsequently established with the vision to cause change and demonstrate better solutions to deliver the UK government £35b pipeline. The chosen strategy was to develop, prototype and test platform solutions (pDFMA), with a common kits of parts; demonstrating the delivery of better outcomes for social infrastructure. Integral to the strategy was the use of a new Digital Toolchain to unlock the approach. Grimshaw Architects, Buro Happold engineers, and Mace Construction were commissioned to develop a new suite of "configurators" to enable the "kit of part approach" during procurement and delivery.