TOP 4, Construction Trends For 2018

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING

of practices use
BIM on some projects-
up 8% year on year.

said BIM can bring
real benefit beyond
the design stages.

see BIM as the
future of project
information.

believe cost
reduction in the design/
build/maintain lifecycle
will be realized.

55% ARE NOW
CONFIDENT IN BIM

For the first time a majority describe
themselves as confident in BIM
(55% - compared to 35% back in 2012).
Source: NBS BIM Report 2017

Adoddle integrates
Collaborative BIM from
Concept to Completion

DRONES

CONSTRUCTION IS HELPING DRIVE
THE COMMERCIAL DRONE INDUSTRY

Some analysts predict that the
commercial drone insdustry will
top $5 billion by 2020.

Drones can collect data more
frequently, so site progress can be tracked more accurately.

 
 

PwC estimates that drones will
save $127 billion. More than a
third of this will be in the
infrastructure & construction
industries.

They can also monitor
stockpiles of resources like
sand and gravel, reducing
costs and delays.

AUGMENTED REALITY

Planners and architects
are increasingly using AR to
collaborate with contractors.

AR can show how structures
will fit into the urban fabric,
including views from the top!

Comparing defects and
fixes is another natural
application of AR.

To realize the potential of AR
will require comprehensive data.
Adoddle Field for Defects
is a good place to start.

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

THE THREE MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS
RESPONSIBLE FOR PROJECT FAILURES:

Source: Project Management Institute

Lack of clearly defined or archievable
milestones to measure progress

37%

Poor communication

19%

Lack of communication
by senior management

18%

THE CLOUD PLATFORM FOR SEAMLESS
COLLABORATION ACROSS DISCIPLINES,
FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION AND BEYOND.

Benefits

  • Enable smarter project management
  • Act with greater clarity and speed
  • Save time through automation
  • Maintain a full audit trail

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