When you think of “solutions for every project phase,” chances are your thoughts focus in on the different phases of construction. Planning, design, execution…we could stay here and list them all. However, when you take a step back and examine a project through the lens of an owner, things change a bit.
The Brooklyn Bridge has been operational since 1903, with a construction phase that was a very short, finite amount of time in the bridge’s life span. The same can be said for most capital projects; they are assets in a portfolio that far out-live their construction schedules.
What does this have to do with digital transformation in construction technology? When you expand the project lifecycle from early concepts through operations and maintenance, there is a much larger, long-term picture to be assembled.
Commissioning teams play a vital role in managing the completeness and accuracy of owner deliverables. Explore how commissioning and completions teams can use a comprehensive digital solution to build trust with the owner while improving the reliability of the asset for the long game.