Construction is the most collaborative, yet most fragmented, industry in the world. For the past two decades, construction productivity has grown only 1% a year. In 2018 alone, more than $1,231 billion was spent on construction in the United States. Even though the industry is massive, those dollars are not realized in profit for builders. Projects typically take 20% longer than scheduled to finish, and run up to 80% over budget. Construction is only going to get more complex with larger-scale projects, a nationwide labor shortage, and the growing demand for environmentally sensitive building. But there’s a way to get ahead of the competition—the new preconstruction process. Join Robert Bray, Senior Director of Preconstruction Engineering at Autodesk Construction Solutions, as he walks you through why preconstruction is the new competitive advantage. He’ll show you how a centralized preconstruction process improves communication, efficiency, and transparency, and how companies are using a better preconstruction process to increase margins.
- Learn why preconstruction is the new competitive advantage
- Learn about the centralized preconstruction process to improve communication, efficiency, and transparency
- Learn how companies are using a better preconstruction process to increase margins