- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 08 Nov 2018
How new technology will improve the construction process
I am currently talking to industry practitioners and those delivering the new technologies to answer the questions outlined below. If you would like to contribute to this article, please contact Simon Baxter at uk [email protected]uk.
The questions to be answered in this article:
- What are the big benefits new technologies will bring to the construction/built environment industry?
- What are the technologies that will bring those benefits?
- Where is the industry in terms of adoption?
- What is needed for these new technologies to be adopted successfully?
- What are the barriers to adoption of these new technologies?
- How can the new technologies be used to improve the construction process – From marketing/acquisition to managing a built asset
- What examples are there of successful adoption of new technology within the construction/built environment?
--Simon Baxter 11:59, 08 Nov 2018 (BST)
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