Digital Transformation Trends to watch out this 2023

The constant evolution of the built industry requires changes and innovations. Discovery of new solutions is essential to support better project execution and enhance team collaboration. Here are some of the digital transformation trends you should know this 2023.

As the construction industry is constantly evolving, required changes and improvements are developed every day to match the needs of the current built industry. From hardware to software, digital transformation in the construction industry involves the discovery of next-generation solutions to enhance project execution, improve project teams’ collaboration, and maximize cost reduction. 

  • Apps for worksite access – Mobile applications in the built industry allow worksite access anytime and anywhere. It includes real-time inspections, on-site accountability, and accurate measurements taken from a mobile camera. Worksite applications have continued their popularity as they helped abruptly improve physical collaboration between teammates.
  • Hybrid workplace – As 2023 approaches, construction companies grow knowledge about the importance of remote worksites. With innovative applications, the industry has expanded while keeping office workers, clients, and project contractors safe, saving the builder and the client time and money while maintaining productivity and efficiency. 
  • Modular Construction – The process of modular building is built off-site and then assembled on-site, allowing a faster construction schedule, a sustainable building process, and a more improved design. The structure can be refurbished or relocated, reducing the amount of effort, energy, and materials required for a new project. 
  • Green building and Sustainability – The built industry is becoming more sustainability-conscious, placing tremendous pressure on lowering the carbon footprint of new construction. To keep construction projects as sustainable as possible, project stakeholders continuously seek ways to reduce construction materials waste.  Several initiatives are done within the built industry by switching to eco-friendly materials, choosing locally sourced building products, and investing in environmentally friendly practices to take action in fighting the climate crisis. 
  • Robot-driven Automation – As project expenses are constantly rising, Robot-driven automation is becoming more relevant, helping the industry with human-free load lifting, transportation of building materials, bricklaying, and other building operations. This technology reduces the risk of human-factor errors on the site.

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