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I have been in construction for over 27 years and I have developed a software company that aggregates best practices to reduce risk in construction. The platform is mobile first with a predictive analytic/data visualization component to see all risk across a project portfolio in real-time.
I strongly believe the best way for the industry to improve is to create a global repository of best practice information that focuses on specific friction points in construction and use that information to determine where research is required and provide predictive capabilities to predict if a project will close on time before starting and whether warranty defects will occur before the work begins.
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