COINS (also known as Construction Industry Solutions) is a construction management software and services company that provides end-to-end business solutions to the construction, engineering, home building, and service sectors. It offers construction industry software solutions to manage financial, job costing, project management, operations, equipment, service management, and supply chain activities.

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COINS was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Slough, GB

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Key People/Management at COINS

Nigel Cope

Nigel Cope

CEO Emerging Markets, Global
Richard Werner

Richard Werner

Chairman, COINS USA
Jo Franklin

Jo Franklin

Group Commercial Director
Tim Armitage

Tim Armitage

Chief Technical Officer
Adrian Halls

Adrian Halls

Group CFO
Steve Jones

Steve Jones

Global Product Director
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COINS Office Locations

COINS has offices in Slough, Irving, Latham, Milwaukee and in 6 other locations
Slough, GB (HQ)
Coins Bldg, 12 The Grove
Eight Mile Plains, AU
Freeway Office Park, 202/Building/10, 2728 Logan Rd
Norwest, AU
Level 5 Nexus Norwest, 4 Columbia Ct
Viciebsk, BY
1, Praspiekt Budaŭnikoŭ 27
Dublin, IE
Sankt-Peterburg, RU
Vyborgskaya, Ulitsa Smolyachkova, 21, Sankt-Peterburg
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COINS Financials and Metrics

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Jul, 2021




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COINS Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Diamonds SoftwareMay 08, 2015

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COINS Online and Social Media Presence

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Winning ideas in global competition will improve construction efficiency.

Winners have just been announced for the 2021 COINS Grand Challenge, a global competition organised by COINS to kickstart construction industry innovation. Judged by influential industry leaders the two winning ideas both aim to improve construction efficiency. A former architect based in Canada,...

Shortlist Showreels : COINS Grand Challenge Finalists

Discover more about the 12 finalists and the innovative ideas selected for the 2021 COINS Grand Challenge in these shortlist showreels. With judging now complete we will soon be announcing this year’s winners. Tune in to watch the COINS Grand Challenge awards ceremony on 30 September 2021 at...

Fungi–based insulation & automated design tools make the shortlist for COINS Grand Challenge

Ideas to improve the construction industry have flooded in from all over the world for the 2021 COINS Grand Challenge. This is global competition organized by COINS aims to encourage innovation and ideas that could improve the built environment or construction industry. The shortlist has now been...

6 Sessions Not To Miss: COINS Virtual User Conference 2021

Join us at the COINS Virtual User Conference from September 28–30 2021 to discover what’s new and how to make the most of COINS solutions. Register at Session highlights include: For construction companies: Project Management: Our Newest COINS Construction Cloud...

3 Reasons Why Contractors and Homebuilders Choose COINS

With market dynamics remaining uncertain it’s vital that homebuilding and construction companies select the best construction technology to help them tackle any future challenges head–on. We take a look at 3 ways in which COINS can help improve performance and profitability for general and...

COINS Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was COINS founded?

    COINS was founded in 1986.

  • Who are COINS key executives?

    COINS's key executives are Nigel Cope, Richard Werner and Jo Franklin.

  • How many employees does COINS have?

    COINS has 378 employees.

  • Who are COINS competitors?

    Competitors of COINS include Sandz Solutions, Acsis and Matrak.

  • Where is COINS headquarters?

    COINS headquarters is located at Coins Bldg, 12 The Grove, Slough.

  • Where are COINS offices?

    COINS has offices in Slough, Irving, Latham, Milwaukee and in 6 other locations.

  • How many offices does COINS have?

    COINS has 10 offices.