Today, you canât attend a construction industry conference or read through a magazine without being exposed to BIM, 3D modeling or virtual design construction. Even though these new buzz words are popping up everywhere in the industry trends, how many companies are actually implementing them? The research shows that BIM adoption rates are continuing to increase but some companies are even taking it a step further and progressing beyond 3D.
Having accurate project information in real time is essential for making critical decisions and remaining competitive. But, if your like many others, you can easily find yourself struggling with outdated tools and processes that cause communication breakdowns between office and field. Check out our new e-book to learn how to better leverage technology to connect your office and job-site teams.
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Most of us in the construction industry use Excel heavily. However, one drawback with Excel is that the variety of spreadsheets around the office can be difficult to manage. The inefficiencies of having spreadsheets scattered across departments can lead to budget and project issues.
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We are all creatures of habit; we appreciate the familiar and avoid change. In the construction industry, tight margins and the need to simply get things done can reinforce our innate instincts.
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Are you struggling to improve your cost estimation and project control? Download this e-book to learn about the 5 most common project cost management challenges faced by owners, contractors and EPCs and how to solve them.
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