The e-commerce revolution has brought an exorbitant amount of ease and convenience to our daily lives, so why shouldn’t it translate to construction? Though construction companies are adopting digital and cloud technology, there is still no consistent interface between the field and warehouse for requesting needed items, or even information about what’s available.
Construction industry is fragmented, and that’s why the industry produced standards to organize and track hundreds of thousands of items that come together for a building. We may, finally, be at a point where data moving across construction phases is finally here.
The pandemic has forced many asset owners to demand better models and maintenance of their infrastructure assets, giving engineering firms an opportunity to be data curators and analysts for everything from water systems to energy grids, executive says.
Automation is critical for improved safety, increased efficiency, and easing the challenges caused by a global workforce shortage.
We'll discuss the different stages of autonomy, where the industry is now & the future of an autonomous construction site. Learn how new hardware and software solutions make it easier to enable connected workflows and manage projects remotely, with capabilities that include the wireless transfer of 3D designs and dashboards that show real-time job progress.
Construction firms trying to prevent the spread of COVID-19 were faced with shutdowns, cautious re-openings and concerns that jobsites could be virus hotspots. Reps from Peacock Construction and Arup will explain how they have found opportunity in the pandemic by repurposing a system for startup and handover of complex new facilities.
We'll discuss the best-leadership approaches to change, drawing on more than 500 case studies of construction leaders with advice about the right way to use change agents, communicate change, training, measuring adoption, and minimizing and managing change resistance. We'll also discuss practical insight for identifying and developing emerging leaders.
During the pandemic, companies had to improvise to stay connected with their teams and business development pipelines. We'll discuss that while success still comes down to focusing on people, process and tech, the lever for strategic innovation and growth through these times of disruption is now, more than ever, operational intelligence & data.
As we harness the power of data analytics to arm construction professionals with the best possible information to build a project, this group of panelists will share thoughts on how disciplined use of data analytics can drive process improvements, and what skill sets construction professionals should look to acquire in order to best leverage these new tools. By addressing people, process and technology, the panel will cover the major pillars needed to prepare construction for a data-driven future.
On Demand This presentation will serve as an educational conversation about workforce management in the construction industry, the best ways to manage your workforce and the impact it can have on your business, project costs and profitability.
On Demand There’s always been a lot of focus on the benefits of aligning your CPM, 90-day, and weekly lookahead schedules. But on today’s complex capital projects, how do you go about it? By using the right technology and knowledge-based techniques. Join us for this webinar to explore best practices for finding and applying today’s most advanced planning and scheduling technology, all to achieve better project certainty for better outcomes every step of the way.
On Demand Today’s construction industry is undergoing a digital transformation. However, in an industry that has traditionally looked at technology as yet another cost to control rather than as a strategic investment, this type of initiative brings with it not only many challenges, but several opportunities as well. Join InEight’s conversation with Graham Construction about their digital transformation journey.