Amid the 2020 global health crisis, nearly 70% of construction firms said they had work canceled, and 50% furloughed or terminated employees, according to a survey. And although the industry is regaining its footing, the long-term outlook remains uncertain.
That’s why savvy construction firms are doubling down on BIM software that gives them real-time data and visibility needed to coordinate, communicate and document work among various project teams whether they’re onsite or remote.
The latest technology allows supervisors to manage shifts and do more prefab and modular design, reducing crew sizes, and allowing for crucial social distancing. This new playbook uncovers:
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