Work is needed to determine how to raise the level of productivity in construction, which hasn’t improved for decades. Along with low profitability, multiple competing stakeholders and endemic quality and sustainability issues, this stagnation limits the sector’s attractiveness for investors.
While technology point solutions have been implemented in an attempt to generate improvements, a disconnect in the industry means that major improvements have yet to be seen. This disconnect – of processes, people, tools, decisions and knowledge – also prevents real-time transparency and causes a lack of situational awareness into what is happening on site, hampering productivity and efficiency further.
Conditions for workers must also be improved to attract and maintain talent and increase productivity. To achieve this, a systemic, user-centric approach is needed when connecting solutions and processes, delivering meaningful progress for all industry players and heralding a new age in construction.
Will you seize this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve? As knowledgeable construction industry insiders, we’ll work with you to become more investor credible while improving productivity, increasing your margins and unlocking new revenue streams.