This guide takes a look at intuitive tools purpose-built small and speciality contractors and how layout technology can help you increase accuracy and speed, avoid costly rework, document work and any changes and improve your overall productivity.
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An intuitive and self-calibrating 3D laser scanning solution lets you put the power of scanning directly into the hands of those who need it the most. Discover the must-have features of a 3D scanner.
Learn how a robotic total station benefits your team and what to look for in a solution to ensure it meets your needs.
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality applications allows construction professionals to more easily visualize, understand, and communicate information. Each tool help construction teams “see" digital..
On the jobsite it is important to be able to undertake simple field tasks such as taking measurements or conceptualizing designs on the fly easily, accurately and fast. Learn how Augmented Reality...
With mixed reality, you can: Reduce rework, RFIs, and change orders, Easily share information between office and field, Increase prefabrication to save time and money, Improve communication...
A renovation or remodeling project can have its own fair share of unknowns and risks to manage, particularly when you don't have access to as-built conditions for the current space or building.
MEP systems are a critical part of any building but without project data and current site conditions contractors can be liable for expensive rework, learn how to avoid rework through 3D scanning tech
As a building contractor, you may be curious about the latest construction technology. It’s kind of fun to see how other companies are doing things and stay on top of the latest advancements.
48% of rework could be avoided with better project data. Learn how 3D scanning in construction can provide more accurate project data and improve the bottom line