Given the size and value of our industry, the potential for growth, if we harness suitable and sustainable technologies, is enormous. We must dismantle our perceptions of how technology fits in our workplace – and understanding the hurdles we face is the first step. Our industry needs to understand where it sits on the journey to truly embracing and deploying new technologies, so we conducted this research with the aim of setting a benchmark and tracking progression in the future.

Key Takeaways:

  • Founder of Progressclaim.com and former construction CFO, Lincoln Easton said the findings revealed the issue doesn’t lie in convincing people about the value of technology, but can be attributed more to an absence of Big Picture vision.
  • Given the size and value of our industry, the potential for growth, if we harness suitable and sustainable technologies, is enormous. We must dismantle our perceptions of how technology fits in our workplace – and understanding the hurdles we
  • While the hearts and minds of our industry are sold on innovation, these feelings aren’t yet translating through to action and change, which needs to be driven from the top down – it’s time for leaders in the construction industry to radically re-think attitudes and breakdown the hurdles to change.”

“”A project-focussed approach, rather than long term thinking, is breeding a stagnant culture that’s stifling progression””

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