Skanska is at the forefront of implementing connected workflows on their megaprojects, resulting in improved efficiency, quality and safety. The $200 million Citygate Project — the tallest office building in the Nordic Region, is a compelling example of how Skanska effectively manages megaprojects, monitors quality and mitigates risk. Join us on September 23 as Amir Hamaoui, Director of Customer Operations at Reconstruct moderates a discussion with Henrik Ljungberg, Digital Innovation Manager at Skanska and Anna Lazar, Strategic Alliances and Partnerships at Autodesk.
On Demand Webinars
In this webinar, David Cheyne, Senior Associate at WJE and Mani Golparvar, CTO and Co-Founder at Reconstruct, illustrate how owners and engineering firms can use visual data — collected with drones and 360-degree cameras — together with cloud-based inspection systems to enable enhanced, cost-effective inspections.
How can you use reality capture to ensure construction project success? In this webinar, Mani Golparvar, CTO and Co-Founder at Reconstruct interviews John Jurewicz, Director of Innovation at Walbridge and John Brown, Supervisor – Reality Capture at General Motors. This webinar goes into detail on when to use different reality capture types based on project and use case.
Multi-site Fortune 1000 companies are using Reconstruct’s Hyperlapse to eliminate idle time, reduce manual work and turn their projects around faster than ever before. Amir Hamaoui, Director of Customer Operations at Reconstruct, shares how renovation and construction has never been this fast, easy and comprehensive as it is with Hyperlapse.
Research from the Construction Industry Institute shows that the adoption of proven construction technology solutions can improve productivity by up to 45%. Construction owners that have adopted remote quality control and progress monitoring solutions are delivering projects on time and on budget, mitigating risk and saving 50-100% in travel time and costs. The same benefits are seen across project types — from higher education to hospitals to highways and beyond.
Construction teams and decision-makers are turning to remote quality control and remote progress monitoring to improve on-time project completion by 50%+. Reconstruct’s Mani Golparvar and STURCTR Advisors’ Kyle Jacocks discuss best practices in remote quality control to save time and cost, prevent rework and avoid project delays.
Construction Progress Monitoring Today & Tomorrow: Building the Oracle Innovation Lab Using Reconstruct
The Oracle Innovation Lab in Chicago is a simulated worksite featuring the latest cutting-edge technology for engineering and construction. As a corporate construction owner, Oracle wanted to proactively address some of the typical challenges that impact owners and contractors during the construction phase. In order to complete the project successfully and on time, Oracle implemented several solutions and best practices while adopting a new approach to construction management.
Construction teams and decision-makers of Fortune 500 companies are managing their projects remotely while boosting quality and on-time delivery.
In this webinar, Amir Hamaoui, Director of Customer Operations at Reconstruct discusses industry best practices for utilizing remote progress monitoring in corporate construction projects.
For corporate construction managers and decision-makers, 2020 was a year of finding new and better ways of doing things to survive and thrive.
In this webinar, Reconstruct is featuring one of the stories that truly thrived in the midst of multiple challenges. Cindy Baldwin, President of VDCO Tech and Mani Golparvar, CTO and Co-Founder of Reconstruct, will share critical strategies used to successfully manage the billion-dollar Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention Center and Hotel Project.
Corporate construction project stakeholders are boosting cross-team coordination and quality while reducing travel time and costs by 50-100%.
Learn how Reconstruct’s remote construction monitoring solution changes the game.
Skanska is building the Nordic Region’s tallest office building — the inspiring $200 million Citygate Project. Citygate will be 36 storeys high, 42,000 square meters and will be WELL certified and LEED certified.