As the oil and gas sector seeks to decarbonise and become more efficient, software is here to help.
Technology offers a great opportunity to drive better outcomes for public sector construction projects
In this second in a short series of articles we look at some examples of how Bluebeam helped public sector organisations make the review process more efficient, saving time and money and speeding up the delivery schedule.
Anyone embracing a construction project needs to keep track of its progress. For many companies, the use of key performance indicators is an essential part of monitoring progress of on-site activities to ensure a scheme is delivered on schedule and within budget.
Construction lags other industries when it comes to using new technologies. Might more use of offsite manufacturing techniques to create better quality and faster-delivered elements of a building be the answer?
From speed of approval to being able to free up storage space for other purposes, going digital can help public sector organisations process building activity more quickly and efficiently than working on physical paper plans ever could.
OpenBIM is the key to collaboration and allows teams to use multiple software tools easily, such as this example of Revu and Archicad.
Architects have long sought to design buildings that suited occupants’ needs, as well as being aesthetically pleasing. Lately, the built environment has acknowledged the need to create buildings which cater for occupants’ needs in more ways than one
How technology can help construction businesses weather difficult times.
Construction has been somewhat behind on things like technology and remote working. But the COVID-19 pandemic forced the sector to revisit how it did things; now it is embracing fresh ways of working that could lead to gains in productivity and worker well-being.
Digital plan review software is speeding up the review process for urban planning agencies. Learn how one city cut plan review times with Bluebeam Revu.
How do you choose the right construction software for you, and make sure that your investment is worthwhile?