Contrary to popular belief, prefabricated building involves more than taking a traditional design and cutting it up into basic components. In fact, when implementing digitally native prefabricated building methods, collaboration with the entire building team at the earliest stages of design is an essential starting point. It makes it possible for the team to identify efficiencies, problem solve and turn around a project in record time. At Digital Building, we believe this early involvement is a hidden value driver.
Technology in Construction Part 4 – How Prefabrication Creates Safer Working Environments – (read more)
If you caught our last three “Technology in Construction” blog posts, then you already know how digitally native design can simplify the construction process, result in high-quality custom products and improve speed-to-market. With so many industry benefits to explore, the final installment in our series will cover how these tech-assisted construction methods work together to create a safer work environment. From reducing injuries on the job to maximizing communication, automated systems play an important role in maintaining safe working conditions.
Technology In Construction Part 3 - How Digitally Advanced Prefabrication Simplifies the Construction Process – (read more)
The conversation surrounding technology in prefab construction often focuses on its productivity advantages. While speed-to-market and greater yield are certainly welcome benefits in a market facing skilled labor challenges and cost overruns, they are not the only benefits of digitally advanced prefabrication. In our third Technology in Construction installment, we’ll cover how it can simplify the construction process. From eliminating rework to improving energy efficiency, digitally native design can streamline operations from planning through final installation.
The construction industry is developing new methods and improving productivity in response to customer needs.