Tuesday October 20, 2020

Change is slow, but it’s coming

The influx of graduates and tech-savvy millennials into Irish and British design and construction firms has seen companies beginning to adapt and adopt new systems and ways of working

11th June, 2017
3D modelling packages and site inspection apps will soon be a feature of Irish sites and design practices

Engineering and construction are globally regarded as a sector which is slow to adopt new technologies and innovation. There are many reasons for this including the perceived cost of technology, the required up-skilling of staff and the belief that we operate in a commoditised sector. The latter can often be a self-fulfilling prophecy, the idea that there is no point in trying to add value, because clients only care about reduced cost.

However, times do...

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