AROUSAL by Management Reality
January 2013 - Plug and GO - An simpler Installation method is undergoing advanced testing
December 2012 - UK Traditional Contracting Model and Design and Build Model Updated
July 2012 - Work begins on refining algorithms
March 2012 - AROUSALVIII_v7 released especially tailored to Vista and Windows 7 users.
February 2012 -
US Model Updated December
2011 - UK Model Updated
December 2011 - UK Model Updated
July 2011 - Newly updated versions include further security enhancements.
January 2011 - AROUSAL forms the basis of recently launched Construction Skills STRATEGY course.
October 2010 - Redevelopment of Australian Version completed and now in use.
November 2009 - UK version major update of the traditional version of AROUSAL, which has taken on a particular relevance to current trading conditions in the UK industry.
May 2008 - Distance learning option completed. US version completely updated.
October 2007 - Further developments to AROUSAL are being made in preparation for a distance learning option.
July 2006 - For the second year running teams of students from all over Australia met for the Annual AUBEA AROUSAL competition using the Australian version of AROUSAL, hosted by UTS in its superb facilities in Sydney. It was a close run competition with very professional performances from each team but Newcastle University, NSW, emerged as winners for the second year running.
September 2005 - Contract Journal reports on its first hand experience of AROUSAL - see CJ 28 September 2005.
Autumn 2005 - The finishing touches are being made to the long-awaited Partnering version of AROUSAL. During the coming months, this highly challenging version of AROUSAL, developed with the cooperation of companies in the vanguard of Partnering in the UK, will be field tested by Management Reality and CITB.
July 2005 - Teams of students from all over Australia met in Brisbane to test out the latest AROUSAL model - an Australian version. Based on a firm in Melbourne the system realistically recreated the trials and tribulations of taking a traditional contractor into the Aussie design and build market, but the teams won through. The competition sponsored by AUBEA, AIQS, RICS and the AIOB is likely to become an annual event.