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To keep up with the increasing pressure in the competitive landscape, construction companies are leaning towards embracing new technologies. Today a growing number of construction companies are keen on technology uptake to bring projects to light and augment repetitive tasks with automation to stay ahead of the competition.
In today’s chapter, we will talk to a specialist in Construction Engineering & someone who is also endorsed as a Construction Management Expert, Mohammed Basiony on how construction technology will help professionals embrace the ‘next normal’ in construction, and how technologies like BIM, drones, green buildings & AI will change the construction landscape as we know it.
Who Did We Interview?
Mohammed Basiony is the CEO & Construction Management Expert, who can help both creatively and logically to resolve design and development problems where construction is concerned.
His hands-on approach to make sure that the project runs smoothly and that the structure is completed on time and within budget has earned him the highest recommendations
I am currently in-between many construction projects related to hotel, villas, commercial & residential buildings and more.
I believe that the following technologies and management trends shall have its significant influence on the construction sector:
At the same time, technology will assist with better decision-making and will continue to propel construction businesses into the future.This will ensure construction continuity in 2021 and beyond.
Construction will surely look different after COVID-19 and will put humans at the center to make a positive impact on communities across the world. Construction technology will help in achieving greater productivity and in reducing risk and improving decision making with data.
Construction technology will also continue to be a big influence over the recovery and future of the construction industry post-covid also.
Using artificial intelligence, big data, robotics and the Internet of Things (IoT), has also improved the design and production process. The construction process with the help of technology can further transform the building sector. This means decisions and commitments can be made earlier, which will speed up the construction process and will have a lasting impact after the pandemic ends.
The pandemic has significantly accelerated the adoption of digital products and services as numerous construction firms adopted digital business models to maintain operations and revenue flows. Post COVID-19 and to navigate the ‘next normal’, converting information from a physical format to a digital one will be necessary for construction firms.
Construction companies must familiarize themselves with the course of the next normal to successfully ride the wave. By embracing construction technology incumbents can:
Digitization and streamlining of construction operations will continue even after the pandemic ends.
Mohammed Basiony is the CEO & Construction Management expert who is leading the construction team and liaising as owner with operators and contractors. He proudly manages the assigned projects with project time schedule and local cost budget.
He ensures timely and accurate internal project reporting and controlling while identifying and following up on new business opportunities with current business partners.
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