m62 produces bespoke visual construction presentations for a number of clients. By using visuals and animations instead of headings and bullet-points, these clients are able to communicate more effectively, and avoid boring their audience.
Here, we share some construction slides that demonstrate our approach. You are welcome to download and adapt these slides for use in your own PowerPoint presentations.
If you have some slides you want to see given the visual treatment, you could use our PowerPoint Clinic, or why not call us to discuss a small project?
28th May - Download our in house capabilities slide. This PowerPoint slide demonstrates how a single supplier, with all the capabilities requried in-house, can deliver for lower margin than a sub-contractor. PowerPoint Slides
22nd October - Download our high rise construction slide. This PowerPoint slide illustrates how thickness of floors and ceilings can reduce construction costs or deliver more floors in the same height building.PowerPoint Slides
8th September - This visual PowerPoint slide can be used by companies proposing self-delivery of a project, competing with companies who will sub-contract parts of the contract. The self delivery slide can be downloaded for free.PowerPoint Slides
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Cindy Simpson, Sodexo
I sincerely appreciate all your team did and the process defined by m62 that ensures focus on client value (benefits, not features) [...] Ultimately the outcome was fabulous. The final presentation helped us to tell a powerful story, “Why Sodexo?”, and why we were the best choice for our prospect. Both the presentation and coaching by the m62 team during practice helped to keep us focused and on track. The imagery did what we had hoped by evoking emotion and conveying our story in a way words could not.