No matter how alike two projects seem to be, the array of possible risks and their repercussions are going to be unique to each one. Read more
It’s well known that building information modeling (BIM) has set the bar high when it comes to saving time and money — the two project resources against which your construction progress and performance are typically measured. What may not be as well-known is BIM’s ability to protect another key project resource: your on-site team. Read more
Though it actually started in the 1980s, building information modeling, or “BIM,” only began making real headway into construction around the turn of the millennium. Read more
A schedule performance index is a great metric when it comes to getting a snapshot of your rail project’s progress. But maybe it’s not giving you the most complete picture. Today there’s digital technology that can boost your SPI by ensuring it’s based on the most accurate, real-time data. Read more
Transportation expansion projects can be both exciting and daunting. Having a common data repository and integrated method to visualise connections between your personnel and your project success is proving vital, with this approach providing a connected, digital environment to help you spot trends, draw quicker conclusions and see correlations you never dreamt possible. Read more
In this whitepaper, Catie Williams, InEight product director, Connected Analytics, explains how the sharing of data in construction can maximise productivity and increase margins.
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Estimators, are you ready to work smarter and not harder? For too long you have been consumed with manual repetitive tasks instead of using that precious time to analyse bid proposals. Learn to tackle that issue and many others when you read Seven Surefire Tricks for Estimating with Confidence.
Estimators spend far too much time trying to figure out complex specifications and crunching numbers only to be left with two possible outcomes. Either they don’t win the job, or they do, but “leave some money on the table” relative to the next-lowest bidders. With the growing complexity of capital projects, estimators must find ways to invest their time more wisely and harness the growing amounts of project data to form quality bid proposals. Fortunately, there are several best practices that can enhance their work efforts, ensuring they are working smarter, not harder.
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