Our Associate Editor, Amy Hatton, talks to Rob Norton, UK Team Lead at PlanRadar, about how construction project managers and PMOs can harness digital transformation to bring visibility, clarity and a single source of truth to the entire project cycle.
With its complex supply chains, hierarchical working structures, and stringent due diligence requirements, construction has always been one of the most challenging industries a project manager can be involved in.
In 2022 and beyond, new complexities are coming into play: pent-up demand following the pandemic, a changing labour market, tightening revenue margins, emerging environmental considerations – and, crucially, the Government’s 2022 Building Safety Act. The Act’s requirement to digitise the Golden Thread of safety information – right from a project’s planning stages – presents a major transformation for construction firms. Typically, the Project Manager is at the sharp end of meeting all of these challenges combined. It is no easy task!
Recently, PM Today’s Associate Editor, Amy Hatton, hosted this webinar with special guest Rob Norton, UK Team Lead for PlanRadar – the market leading construction digitisation specialists. Together, they discuss the key issues, and explore practical steps PMs and PMOs can take to ensure a smooth transition to a new, digitised world of end-to-end project visibility and compliance.
The webinar is now available on demand, and you can watch it here.
Watch this session for Rob’s insights into how new technology will shape the face of construction project management moving forward, and a practical demonstration of how digitisation can quickly, efficiently help construction PMs to meet compliance requirements, ensure project-wide visibility and clarity, avoid rework, promote healthy profit margins, and deliver every project on time, on budget and to the highest regulatory standards.