Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Considerations for going digital, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Narrator] Welcome back.…Here in our weekly construction management series,…I've been talking about going digital.…Getting rid of the paper drawings.…And then, after we make that switch to digital drawings,…how do we then use those digital drawings…to improve our overall construction management processes?…Now as you start considering your move to digital drawings…and digital construction management processes,…there are probably some things that you should…carefully consider as you decide how you're going…to progress; what software you're going to use…and what hardware you're going to use,…both in the office and out there on the job site.…
And of course there's going to be costs involved in this…and that's always going to impact your choices.…Yes, I don't think that it will take that long…to realize a net gain after you spend this money,…but then your people start to save time and money…and start to see improvements in productivity.…Now I really do believe that if this is done correctly,…your productivity will improve.…
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