Sept/Oct 2013

It’s time to ensure your data can make a positive influence on managing the lifecycle of a job.

Data should be the lifeblood of your construction project. More often than not, however, it is at the root of why your project is suddenly put on life support. Hyperbole aside, there is a definite disconnect when it comes to properly using data to manage the lifecycle of a construction project.

To be more precise, this disconnect exists with regards to ways in which information flows amongst the various disciplines engaged in the delivery of a construction project. Integration of the data created during the preconstruction and construction phases is hard to nail down, leaving information to be created in silos and shared using disparate processes.

Read more in Constructech magazine’s print version.

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