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The digitalisation of construction companies' processes and tools and the introduction of sensors and connectivity on project sites are driving deep changes in the construction and engineering industries.

Mining and industrial organisations need to adopt integrated business solutions that enable them to bridge the gap between their engineering and finance departments if they are to maximise the profitability of their projects and gain visibility into - and control over - project costs and performance.

The construction industry – one of the least-digitalised industries globally – can improve its efficiency and productivity, and regain its competitiveness, if it digitalises, says construction and engineering software solutions firm RIB CCS CEO Andrew Skudder.

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One of the most frustrating aspects of any construction project is trying to maintain accurate, up-to-date, and relevant information about each aspect’s status.

The construction industry is highly competitive, operating with low margins and tight deadlines requiring accurate information in real-time to make informed decisions.

Regardless of the job, the best-laid plans are only as good as the measurements used to make them. This is where creating an accurate Quantity Take-off (QTO) comes into play.