Sisk develops digital twin for buildings to monitor their health
The move is part of the construction firm’s €5 million investment in technology to provide aftercare service on projects
Sisk is investing €5 million in digital transformation technologies over the next three years as the construction giant aims to grow its post-construction services business.
“We’ve been on a journey over the last five years where we have significantly increased our investment in technology,” Bernard McGarrity, director of strategy and performance at Sisk, said. “We’ve introduced new technologies at local site level, we have 15 projects where we have introduced artificial intelligence and automation....
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