Nextgen Collaboration: Enabling Owners, Design firm & Construction on a common digital platform
A Project requires the Owner, Engineering and Procurement, Construction Contractors to work together.
Is it possible to have a common work platform?
Can we build a system and culture where any hurdles to efficient execution is made known early so that someone can take care of it?
Is it possible to connect the top floor to the shop floor?
Can we work collaboratively across organizational boundaries and hierarchy to improve project delivery?
Often projects are not contractually and structurally aligned between owners, contractors and subcontractors. The contract terms, payment structure, incentives and risks end up having project participants doing their own thing and withholding information that ultimately works towards the detriment of the project. This is realized late and project is already out of control.
What is Collaboration? Why is it a key millennial generation attribute?
Collaboration is a recursive process where two or more people, or organizations work together to realize shared goals.
It may involve a physical space where the team can work together or an electronic space that provides the ability to develop and share content. However, it is more than the intersection of common goals seen in co-operative ventures. Collaboration is a deep, collective, determination to reach an identical objective.
Collaboration process utilizes communication, coordination, sharing with a strategic intent of realizing the shared goal.
Tools, techniques, and methods developed in one field frequently have applications in others…
sorties into disciplines other than their own can yield rich rewards.
By digitally enabling the key stake holders for their capability and compatibility, our systems helps them get together early, and align their interests with a common goal. Cutting across organizational hierarchies, our technology solutions help operationalize industry best practices across different industries such as energy, power, infrastructure, commercial, residential and heavy construction.
Foreman & crew following AWP process driving work packages to completion