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Time to topple the walls separating your project team

11/11/2015 at 3:14 pm by

Traditionally, construction has been a fragmented process. Even today, despite BIM and other advancements in collaborative tools, project team members still primarily work in silos, making it difficult to reach common project goals.

Many contractors admit that things have to change. So do project owners. In fact, 82% of project owners expect greater owner/contractor collaboration over the next five years, according to the 2015 Construction Project Owner’s Survey, conducted by KPMG International.

How can you build a well-oiled project team? We’ve put together some information to help you address the collaboration question. Check out our new Collaborate resource center to learn:

  • The symptoms of a non-collaborative project and potential treatment.
  • The startling difference between traditional document management and collaborative document management.
  • How to pave the way to true collaboration.
  • How the latest software technology can make construction project collaboration more realistic for your company.

Few contractors will disagree that successful project collaboration can lead to tighter timelines, lower costs, and higher quality work. Find out what is possible today to help you reach your collaboration goals.

Visit Collaborate resource center here.

About the Author

Deb Carpenter-Beck is a writer and marketer with more than 25 years of experience in the construction and real estate industries. She often writes about technology and best practices and is passionate about helping contractors and real estate professionals achieve their business goals. You can follow her on Twitter @DebCBConstruct.

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