Connectivity is one of construction’s biggest challenges

According to McKinsey, construction is one of the least digitised industries.

 That means that most firms suffer from a disconnected flow of information between office and site.

 The industry struggles with delays and spiraling costs at the best of times, but surviving and adapting to the current crisis makes having a faster flow of information more important than ever.

  • 80%

    Of construction projects go over budget and typically overrun by 20%

  • £70Bn

    Of construction work stopped withing the first week of lockdown

  • 25%

    Forecasted drop in 2020’s output has seen dozens of firms go bust.

How connected is your construction company?

How do you monitor production and manage information currently?

Is it a manual paper-based system or a mix of spreadsheets and other digital tools?

Do your systems speak to each other or are they siloed with on-site issues invisible to the rest of the business?

Our assessment will help you benchmark yourself against other firms and give you ideas of how you can better connect your construction business for a faster recovery and brighter future.

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What is connected construction?

Connected construction means that on-site production information is fed in real-time across sales, production, finance and more.

It allows you to avoid surprises and spot issues as they occur, so you can stop them magnifying into costly rework, delays and reputational damage.

This can make all the difference for increasing the bottom line, delivering on-time and adapting to changing circumstances.

Answering “what if” conundrums such as:

1.

WHAT IF

our sites are running further behind? How will that affect how finance handle cashflow?

2.

WHAT IF

our deliveries are delayed? Or resources are needed elsewhere? How can commercial teams organise suppliers directly?

3.

WHAT IF

new customers and contracts are likely to be impacted by delays or other issues? How might sales manage the relationship?

4.

WHAT IF

further lockdowns are required if the spread of the virus accelerates again? How can we adapt our workforce to cope?

5.

WHAT IF

particular teams or suppliers are causing faults and rework? How can we identify it to stop it happening again?

6.

WHAT IF

there are critical health and safety issues we’re not aware of? How will that impact production?

Book a 1-2-1 “Connected Construction Assessment”

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