Get practical advice from speakers at Suffolk Construction, Commodore Builders, and Ryan Companies. In this webinar, you'll hear real project stories and proven data analytics strategies using real-time dashboards and reports that continuously improve how they build, operate and compete.
No two construction projects are identical and require a different approach to reality capture, so it's crucial for your toolkit to include the widest spectrum of capture technology to accommodate each of these needs. Learn how a broad range of capture capabilities will cover you simply by navigating between what tool you need for your job.
A subcontractors' risk perspective differs fundamentally from a prime contractor’s, especially when being pressured to give away financial information, accept one-sided contract terms or agree to less-than-fair payment terms. In this webinar, you'll learn why it works in everyone’s favor to divide risk rather than forcing it onto another.
To perform more work with fewer resources, improve deliverable quality, and realize revenue faster, firms need to embrace component-based design to harness (and reuse) their best work. But managing a high-quality component center isn’t easy. You'll learn how to implement best practices for component center management in this webinar.
Asset Centric Project Management is a method that automates the collection and handoff of asset data in a way that makes it useful long after the project. You'll learn how to determine before a project what asset data will be useful after the project, create a specification for data useful during the project and for the asset's life, and more!
On DemandLayton Construction will share how their teams maximize the reality capture data captured throughout the project lifecycle, with unique workflows from scheduling, to change management, to QA/QC, and much more. Learn from these examples to inspire your own team to maximize the insights from reality capture data!
On DemandThe way information is collected and exchanged between AEC firms and building owners during a facility’s lifecycle isn’t a new challenge, but it is a big source of unnecessary manual work and friction today. Our experts will discuss how technology connects AEC firms and building owners to the mutual benefit of both stakeholders.
Price inflation, labor shortages and recession fears continue to be key issues for building teams in 2023, prompting negative outcomes such as owners rebidding projects when numbers don't come in on budget, broken contracts and even price gouging. We'll explore methods firms are using to deal with the economic challenges of 2023.
Contractors and design firms alike are challenged to recruit the professionals they need to carry out the increasing wave of work they are getting. This webinar will look into the ways technology can change the workforce planning process to enhance workforce management, as well as challenge and retain young professionals.