In 2019, as subcontractors continue to be swamped with construction project opportunities, and general contractors face difficulty finding and qualifying the best subcontractors for their projects, the role of technology will continue to grow. General contractors are realizing the power of organizing and analyzing subcontractors’ bid and communication data to predict future project partners, and the value of using technology to do so. BIM coordination is helping owners and contractors speed up the estimating process and data analysis is finding costly issues before the contracts are set.
As technology vendors dominate search results, podcasts, blogs and more – contractors have a plethora of available resources to research and evaluate new technology solutions. However, attempting to consolidate all of the data to determine the company’s preferred preconstruction solutions and technology can be time consuming and strenuous.
Understanding how to integrate precon solutions and technology trends play a crucial role in enhancing your company’s workflows, and the 2019 Preconstruction Technology Report helps your company do just that. The report aims to consolidate the list of options and provide data to help traditional and emerging preconstruction professionals stay at the forefront of technology impacting their day-to-day workflows.
Brought to you by ConstructConnect, the makers of SmartBid, the 2019 Preconstruction Technology Report pulls data from one of the most prominent resources in the industry, the JBKnowledge Annual Construction Technology Report. The 69-page report covers a lot of ground, so they’ve taken the time to separate out the data most relevant to professionals in preconstruction roles. The report compiles survey results from over 3,000 construction professionals to give you an industry insider’s look at how technology has changed the precon world in the past year.
Access The 2019 Technology in Preconstruction Report today to benchmark your precon tech habits, priorities, and spend compared to other general contractors in the industry.
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