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From documents to structured data: Can cost and performance data transform construction?

In this webinar in partnership with ASITE, the panel discuss that unstructured documentation acts as a drag on productivity and efficiency. New ways of processing data, such as the higher dimensions of BIM, provide numerous advantages to a documentation-heavy construction industry. Improvements in cost benchmarking, completion time, and ESG performance are some of the benefits digitalisation bring


8 December 2021

Unstructured documentation acts as a drag on productivity and efficiency. New ways of processing data, such as the higher dimensions of BIM, provide numerous advantages to a documentation-heavy construction industry. Improvements in cost benchmarking, completion time and ESG performance are some of the benefits digitalisation brings. For an industry that has been labelled as slow to commit to new technology, how widely is structured performance data being adopted and to what degree will it revolutionise construction?

Moderator:

  • Andrew Knight, Data & Tech, Thought Leadership & Analysis, RICS

Panellists:

  • Nathan Doughty, CEO, Asite
  • Ann Bentley, Global Board Director of Rider Levett Bucknall
  • Prof Mohamad Kassem, Professor of Digital Construction and Engineering and Head of Subject for
  • Construction Project Management, Northumbria University
  • George Mokhtar, Director, Technology, Turner & Townsend

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From documents to structured data: Can cost and performance data transform construction?