Construction Today - Vol 21 Issue 3 | Page 3

Six core strengths keep Alterman at the forefront of electrical construction
Software How BIM enhances the entire lifecycle of construction projects
Volume 21 , Issue 3 - 2024
Risks Overcoming challenges while maintaining a healthy bottom line
Technology AI can help eliminate gray work and increase productivity
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Hello and welcome to the latest issue of Construction Today . I ’ d like to thank Danielle Champ for her sterling work on the magazine and am thrilled to be returning as Editor . I will continue to bring

readers high quality content , thoughtful articles , and interesting opinion pieces , as well as deliver the insightful profiles of individual businesses that the CT audience expects .
This issue touches on BIM , where Sneha Gurjar investigates the practical applications of this must have technology , Sean Pender looks at risks and how to face today ’ s challenges and Robert Salaj reports on productivity and how AI can improve efficiency . Our main interviewee Harrison Langley is leading a charge for change across the sector , with new methods and materials that promise homes that are built more quickly and are able to face increasingly adverse weather events . Check the story out on page 8 .
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