With the digitization of construction processes and the use of mobile devices on jobsites, we are seeing more data captured from our projects than ever before. This data can be used to improve overall quality and reduce project risk. But according to a study by FMI, 95% of that data is going unused by construction and engineering firms.
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Did you know that construction companies are capturing more data than ever before, but 95% of it goes unused?
Our recent webinar, Harnessing The Power of Construction Data, asks the question: Why harness your data?
The answer is actually pretty simple. Harnessing construction data minimizes project risk by allowing you to be more proactive than reactive on the jobsite.
And since you can’t fully manage all your project data when it exists in silos, it’s important to leverage a single-source-of-truth to put your hard earned data to work.
What’s Possible When Data is Harnessed?
With a tool like BIM 360’s Project Home, you can:
- Build persona-based landing pages
- Project members can view to-do lists, open issues, RFIs, etc.
- Project leaders can see all project data on one page
- Each member can personalize their project home
You can also use project home to integrate partner data, so that all of your vital information lives in one spot.
Using Data Upstream
70% of a construction project’s RFIs stem from design or documentation errors.
With your data collected and displayed at your fingertips, you can begin to use data and machine learning further upstream in the construction process - in design and preconstruction - to minimize issues on the jobsite.
Stop Putting Out Fires!
You can move from ‘reactive’ to ‘predictive’ on the jobsite when you use machine learning to analyze risk on your behalf.
With Construction IQ you can centralize vast amounts of data and provide smart analytics to project stakeholders.
Here’s an example of a Quality and Safety Risk Analysis provided by Construction IQ:
Watch the webinar, or schedule a live demo, to learn how to customize your own dashboard, and put BIM 360 to use today!