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Why the Industry Needs the Constructible Process

The Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) forecasts global construction output will rise to US $12.7 trillion by 2022, up from US $10.7 trillion in 2017. Managing that growth will require construction companies to adopt constructible processes.

Constructible processes follow the three Cs:

• All phases and professions are Connected
• Models and Workflows are Content-Enabled
Constructible models drive smarter workflows

Constructible processes free up data and break down information silos across projects. Precise design models deliver a digital twin of the final physical building.

Managed Content Simplifies Construction

Keeping up with component changes requires consistently updated content libraries. A Managed Content provider automatically makes those updates for you. Having 3D content based on current manufacturer specifications ensures you’re always working with real-world components.

Constructible BIM models are more than accurate visualizations. They provide precise geometries and the insights required to build properly. Projects benefit from better coordination and fewer errors discovered onsite during construction.

Meeting the construction project management challenge calls for stakeholders to share a common vision and invest in new technology based on the constructible process.

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