Innovations in planning and execution borrowed from the manufacturing and logistics sector have shown promise in construction, but will reaping the benefits of this kind of process engineering require upending construction's culture? We'll talk to some of the proponents of shifting to a more process-driven model, and those who think it will take some work to align with the industry's contracting and project-delivery practices.
This webinar will address which solutions to these challenges could remain long term and which won’t, how experts envision the workplace and marketplace of the post-pandemic future and what risks and rewards lay ahead for AEC professionals, clients and regulators.
Join our experts as they detail how construction companies can implement best practices to their projects to ensure they’re delivered on-time, on-budget and why offering facilities/service management contracts on the assets they build, can provide more stable and repeatable revenue streams.
ON DEMAND: ENR will talk to some of the experts in how best to navigate the increasingly digital world of federal and state projects, and work effectively in a more collaborative data-management environment.
When it comes to project information, email is the letter of today, and has become more critical since the start of the pandemic. Project information management doesn't need to be expensive and clunky. Arup has developed another way, which is simple and cost effective, and brings their project information and critical correspondence into one, central location.
You’ll receive first-hand, relevant use cases from Skender & DroneDeploy for drone data on-site, and learn how to conduct remote inspections for use organization-wide. Creating logistics plans, utilizing site reality, and improving communication amongst cross-functional teams will all be discussed in this dynamic webinar.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced both suppliers and contractors to strengthen their supply chains amid worldwide shortages and logistics nightmares. However, there is some doubt over whether these adaptations will continue once COVID restrictions are lifted. ENR will ask a panel of experts how to ensure supply chain improvements stick in a post-COVID world.
How will the Biden administration and the new dynamics of Congress in 2021 affect infrastructure legislation and federal regulations that impact construction? What will be the major changes unfolding from Trump administration policies? During this webinar, we’ll invite leading lobbyists from engineering and construction associations to share their insights.