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How do new technologies and digital tools influence collaboration with subcontractors?

The construction industry has undergone significant changes in recent years through the use of new technologies and digital tools. These developments have revolutionised collaboration with subcontractors. Processes can be organised more efficiently and the quality of work is increased. Communication is also improved.

How is the construction industry being digitalised?

When it comes to digitalisation, all phases of the construction project are affected. Each phase can be organised better, faster and, in case of doubt, even more cost-effectively. Errors are also reduced as a result. Building Information Modelling (BIM) plays a major role in this. This is a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a building. All parties involved have access to the same information. This reduces misunderstandings and errors. Every change is immediately registered and visible to everyone. This also simplifies the coordination of the individual trades.

Alternatively, you can also use project management software. There are plenty of tools on the market, some of which are even available free of charge on the internet. Mobile applications are particularly advantageous for the construction industry. Anyone can access the project information from anywhere. It is also possible to intervene quickly and rearrange or reassign tasks or update schedules.

Drones are also increasingly being used in the construction industry to monitor construction sites, carry out surveys and enable inspections. They deliver high-resolution images and videos that can be analysed in real time.

What are the challenges in this area?

The implementation of new technologies can be associated with high initial costs. It can be a problem for small or medium-sized companies as there is a financial hurdle to overcome. The introduction of new technologies requires appropriate training and further education for employees. This naturally ties up staff and incurs costs. In addition, the technologies continue to evolve and you have to "stay on the ball", so to speak. Managing and securing large volumes of digital data is a challenge. It is important to implement suitable systems and procedures for storing, securing and analysing data.

Not every employee is happy that technology is making its way into the construction industry. It can therefore be difficult for some employees to adapt. Integration and interoperability of the various digital tools and systems are important to ensure seamless collaboration. Solutions should be chosen that are compatible with each other and allow for easy data transfer.

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