Reviewing submittals, submitting RFIs, and managing costs are inevitable parts of every construction project, but these workflows can be inefficient and time-consuming. Teams have started to digitize their workflows, but systems and data are often not connected, and they’re frequently stored in separate locations.
This runs the risk of incorrect or missing information, which can ultimately derail workflows and processes. Luckily it’s not too late for teams to turn this around, and an ideal solution is the adoption of a single cloud-based construction management platform. A single platform lets project teams collaborate on coordinated, shared designs – regardless of location, role in the project, or stage of the project.
Varying needs of teams and contract structures can be fully supported by digital project controls. Whether team members need real-time access to shared workspaces, or more strict access control and permissions around specific files and versioning, solutions like Autodesk Construction Cloud offerings give teams flexible yet strict permission levels to control those collaboration styles.
Let’s specifically look at how the adoption of a cloud-based construction management platform can help teams optimize their project management workflows.