Improving documentation in the construction industry is crucial for improving compliance and quality. Digital technologies are one of the tools that have been identified as an asset in addressing the underlying causes and delivering benefits … about Why Improving Documentation is Crucial For Delivering Quality in Construction
Building regulators, owners and contractors have been grappling with persistent issues around quality in construction. We asked industry experts what is going wrong, and how builders and trades can start to raise the bar.
Achieving ISO 9001 certification can unlock opportunities when it comes to doing major public sector projects and building client confidence. However, the process of obtaining and retaining said certification can be challenging due to the … about The Digital Edge in Obtaining and Retaining ISO 9001 Certification
Increasingly, companies are making the shift from paper-based safety approaches to digital platforms. There’s more to going paperless than simply less paperwork; the benefits of improving safety performance extend well beyond the worksite.
Incomplete or inadequate geotechnical information can be a major cause of project delays, cost blow-outs, and conflict. Here is some practical advice about how to reduce the risk of encountering one of the most common … about What You Need to Know About the Underground Risks on Your Site
Many in the construction and development sectors are calling for greater investment in affordable housing as part of economic stimulus following the COVID-19 downturn. The South Australian Government has already put it on the agenda, … about Affordable Housing: Here Is How It Could Be Done
You may have heard about ‘parametric design’, ‘computational design’ and ‘generative design’, especially in connection with BIM or prefab projects. According to some leaders in architecture, they are the way of the future. So, what … about How Computational is Helping Ease Construction Pain Points
Building Information Modelling and digitised documentation could hold the key to delivering better outcomes not only for project teams but also the end customers—the asset owners, facilities managers and occupants, according to digital engineering experts.
Are you familiar with all the terms used in the current 2019 version of the National Construction Code? According to construction regulators, not everyone is. That is why a new on-line reference has been created … about Brush Up on Your Construction Terms From A-Frame to Z-Sprocket
Environmental data is the least likely type of information to be managed through specialist software, according to companies surveyed for Procore’s How We Build Now 2020 report. It does, however, touch on multiple areas construction … about How Capturing Environmental Data on Your Construction Projects Can Help You Get Ahead