Historically, the construction industry has been hampered by inefficiencies that have held it back from reaching its productivity potential.
Through a combination of limited technological capabilities, integration of systems, and to some degree a lack of willingness amongst different
construction industry partners to fully collaborate with each other, the construction industry has fallen behind other sectors in its ability to drive
accountability and efficiency.
However, the industry is now rapidly becoming more technology-led and is in a position where market forces, compliance, and technology advances are propelling change within the sector.
In an industry where margins are tight and job variations are frequent, the ability to identify, measure and do something about changes to a planned project will be the difference between making a profit or a loss.