For years, the construction industry relied on traditional methods of organizing a jobsite. These included paper documents, whiteboards, emails, and word-of-mouth communication. This method is traditional, familiar, and comfortable but only semi-efficient.
It is easy to identify where errors could arise. Documents with critical information could get shredded, whiteboards can be erased, and verbal agreements are notorious for being forgotten or misunderstood. To complicate matters further, jobsites are constantly changing, and information changes the moment a schedule is done printing.
And on multimillion-dollar projects, one error could result in owners spending additional thousands.
But this traditional mindset is changing, and construction is pushing towards higher efficiency and mitigating jobsite disarray through digital methods….
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