It may have taken a while, but construction is transforming how it handles drawings. Gone are piles of paper printouts—learn about what's in and mobile devices with digital drawings.
- When I talk about adopting digital drawings … in construction, I'm talking about adoption at all levels. … Not just in the office, not just for the estimators, … not just the managers, everyone. … Including our people in the field. … Our on-site project managers, … our superintendents and crew leaders, … and our skilled tradespeople out in the field. … This process really only works when you go all-in. … You need to switch everyone on the team to digital drawings … to realize the full potential and benefits. … The good news is … that there are quite a few options out there … for making this happen. … Actually, let me back up for a minute. … The good news, really, … is that the designers of our construction projects … have already made this transition. … It would be very uncommon today … to see a construction project of any real size or scope … that was drawn by hand. … That side of our process made the jump long ago … using CAD software like AutoCAD … to draw all of our two-dimensional drawings. …
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