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Connected Construction:
For Owners

What Is Connected Construction?

Trimble’s Connected Construction Integration streamlines the flow of information securely and reliably between e-Builder Enterprise Program Management and Trimble’s ProjectSight Project Management Systems, eliminating the risk and inefficiencies of rekeying data in multiple systems. This integration also accelerates the delivery of critical information to Project Managers, Engineers, and field personnel who depend on it for decision making in the field or in the office.

With the Connected Construction Integration, owners and contractors continue to own their respective project data, sharing and collaborating at the appropriate level for the project, further enabling projects to be completed on time and on budget.

When Owners and Contractors Are Disconnected, It Feels Like Information
Is Going Into a Void

And Critical Project Elements Are Getting Lost:

RFIs

Submittals

Emails

Other Challenges Include

increase in general conditions cost

Increase in
General
Conditions Cost

lack of project visibility

Lack of Project Performance Info/Reports

inaccurate data

Inaccurate Data, Slow Decision Making

In order to compensate for these issues, contractors may present higher bids, longer schedules or other factors that could impact the overall project budget or schedule.

Connected Construction:
Benefits You Can Measure

Stay on schedule and on budget by reducing contractor costs of duplicate data entry, data inaccuracies and streamlining processes.

Receive the information you need to effectively manage:

  • Your capital Improvement Program (CIP) using your own application
  • The entire lifecycle of capital programs and projects, from design to project delivery, to facility operations and maintenance.

Getting started is as simple as granting permission for contractors to submit RFIs, submittals or schedule of values.

See How to Start Getting Connected
connected construction process