Posted: September 23, 2022 | Project Management
Successful large-scale builds require careful planning and knowledgeable insights from all stakeholders. While a small project can thrive under the direction of one leader (usually the contractor), larger projects lean heavily on feedback from architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) teams to ensure they’re delivered on time and within budget.
Of course, more hands-on involvement across project specialties means a greater need for collaboration, transparency, accountability, and data-informed decisionmaking. Therefore, project leaders and build teams must utilize the available resources to ensure they’re constantly meeting customer demands.
Simply put, we must change our processes to meet changing contracts and delivery methods.
Posted: September 16, 2022 | Project Management
Accounting for 38% of carbon emissions — the largest amount — the built environment clearly has a role to play. However, the focus of the industry’s decarbonization efforts should not just be on new buildings and structures; there is much work for the construction industry when it comes to existing ones.
Posted: September 12, 2022 | Project Management
Adaptive architecture is therefore poised, not as dogmatic ideology, but as modus operandi of synthesis — reminding architects that the past holds a plethora of potential, which can be reimagined, reconfigured, and re-molded to suit present needs and concerns.
Posted: August 26, 2022 | Project Management
Clouds – they’re not just in the sky anymore. In the popular world of cloud computing, the options for storing data and managing your company’s workflow can be overwhelming. There is public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud. But which option is best for your business?
Posted: July 22, 2022 | Project Management
Contractors know they need to be on top of technology trends to stay competitive in the industry. Leveraging the latest tech is a necessity for increasing efficiency, streamlining workflows, driving growth, and mitigating risks. Yes, you should digitize, but in today’s tech landscape, it’s important to do so strategically. What the savviest in the industry are coming to understand is that, instead of just choosing a few tech platforms at random, you need to integrate your digital systems to be efficient and successful.