BIM Software for Contractors: A Breakdown of Benefits
Time is money, especially on a construction site.
A project that’s completed on or ahead of schedule can save labor expenses not just for the developer or homeowner, but every trade involved on-site. Plus, the sooner a structure is completed, the sooner you can start to recoup your investment.
- Blog Post
- February 2019
- Pekka Moilanen
To avoid mistakes that can both cost you time and blow your budget, construction firms are focusing more and more on impactful pre-construction practices. Before even breaking ground, meticulous plans are put into place to keep your project on track from start to finish.
With any type of construction, meeting — or missing — a deadline can make or break a project. This is especially true with an off-site build, where efficiency and accelerated timelines are touted as major benefits. These benefits are often the reason the building method is chosen over traditional construction in the first place.
The benefits of off-site construction are undeniable. From more efficient processes to quicker training and safer conditions, the inherent advantages of this unique building method speak for themselves. Still, much of the traditional construction industry has been slow to adopt off-site construction — even in situations where it would be ideal for a particular market.