The rate of digital adoption by the construction industry is soaring. In a survey conducted by RIB CCS, respondents singled out cloud computing as the most critical area to invest in followed by BIM, mobile technology and integrated technology platforms.
RIB CCS has been at the forefront of technological evolution in construction for 40 years. Celebrating this milestone, newly appointed VP, Peter Damhuis, reflects on the business’s evolution.
South African construction companies have endured a difficult few years. Not only have they struggled as a result of a slowdown in government infrastructure spending, but they have also faced difficulties because of late or slow payment by their clients.
The construction sector is one of the most important sectors worldwide, representing about 13% of global employment. In South Africa, this figure is about 8%, painting a bleak picture for the industry and the economy as a whole.
The construction industry is more positive about the year ahead! This is one of the key insights gleaned from a 2022 Construction Industry Outlook survey conducted by RIB CCS in Africa and the Middle East in the final quarter of 2021.
As a major source of global CO2 emissions, the construction industry needs to take heed of digital solutions like 6D BIM to drive sustainability efforts and build a net-zero world for future generations.
RIB CCS was awarded Software Solutions Company of the Year 2021 at the BNC Construction Innovation Awards, which recognises individual excellence, corporate strength and project success in the region’s construction industry.
RIB CCS wins “Software of the Year” at the BNC Construction Innovation Awards 2021. Judged by an eminent jury of industry experts, the ceremony saw 22 categories spanning people, projects, initiatives and companies.
Coding, or programming, is what moves our modern world forward. Programming decides on how we use technology, and how technology will shape our future. And who’s in charge of all of this? Computer programmers.
As an experienced Wage Administrator, Mariska has found the efficiency and intuitive structure of the cloud-based solution to be an invaluable tool in the remuneration process.
This Women’s Month, we celebrate Yolandi Jonker, Business Development Executive at RIB CCS, as she talks about her successful journey in the engineering & construction industry.
Digital transformation is a persistent and gradual change which is not always noticed and the risk is that businesses don’t respond and are left uncompetitive and irrelevant as the market evolves.
Speakers at RIB CCS’ second #FutureNow conference explored the necessity for digital transformation and how to manage the inevitable changes it brings – for people, processes and productivity.
RIB Software SE, the world’s leading provider of the iTWO 4.0 5D BIM Enterprise Cloud Platform Technology, today announced the conclusion of a phase-II MTWO contract with the Barzani Group, a leading construction and property development company in South Africa.
Deniz has been successfully using RIB CCS’s products, Candy and BuildSmart, for the last two years at Summertown Interiors; focusing on commercial, healthcare and retail-related fit-out projects. Summertown Interiors are well known within the UAE for delivering high-quality and sustainable workplace solutions.
Construction companies that have committed to digital transformation will be able to integrate more effectively, enhance their business offerings, improve their capabilities and reap the greatest rewards.
The construction industry is tool-based – there are different tools for different jobs. This creates silos of information and work that are unstructured and uncollated. Andrew Skudder, CEO of RIB CCS, talks to Infrastructure News about a solution-based collaborative platform and one central database.
The launch of Connect, a fully cloud-based data warehouse for RIB CCS’ Candy and BuildSmart solutions, which enables online information sharing between multiple stakeholders throughout an organisation, is testimony to RIB CCS’ commitment to ongoing innovation.
As part of our ongoing effort to educate and empower the next generation of construction professionals, RIB CCS recently trained 30 students virtually on the Introduction to Digital Estimating.