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Adopting the latest technologies and training staff in them are the keys to success in the construction industry

Companies must be able to keep up with the pace to be competitive and profitable over the long run in an industry like construction, where technology and innovation have grown at an astounding rate.

At Lurtis, we believe in the importance of adopting technology, always hand in hand with the human profile and social responsibility to improve the sector. Therefore, we list some tips for companies to stand out and lead this sector.


Make AI your ally

AI is here to stay, and surrendering to it is not only smart, but if we do so, we will have an ally to optimize project planning, progress tracking and resource management. By integrating AI and automation systems into their processes, companies can save time and costs while improving accuracy and overall project efficiency. 


Implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM)

BIM is a technology that allows construction professionals to create accurate digital models of a building before it is physically constructed. Before constructing ever starts, this assists in identifying potential issues and implementing improvements, drastically reducing waste and additional costs.


Foster collaboration and transparent communication

Digital project management and cooperation tools can improve efficiency and reduce misunderstandings in communication chains. By implementing these tools, workers will have access to the same information about the project, thus achieving all rowing in the same direction. 

To achieve this, it is crucial to train staff members on how to use tools and software. In addition, fostering an environment of continuous learning and improvement will ensure that the team is prepared to face future challenges.


Adoption of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)

AR and VR are transforming the way projects are visualized and built. They allow construction teams to experiment and modify designs in a virtual environment before bringing them into the real world, improving accuracy and reducing errors.


Remote monitoring and IoT technologies

Internet of Things (IoT) technologies enable remote monitoring of building equipment and systems in real-time. In the long run, this saves time and money by facilitating proactive maintenance and preventing unforeseen failures. 

At Lurtis, we want to help construction companies stay up to date. We know how much information there is on the web and how fast it advances. That’s why we offer solutions to make the best decisions in an ever-changing landscape.  

Together, we can build a better future for everyone.

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