People who Build

We work with builders who want to have insight and control into the detail of the construction documentation for their projects.

We prototype the project by building the virtual model before our clients build it physically. Our clients face fewer issues on site and have more accurate information to work from.

Our clients manage risk by having tailored models and documents for their sub-trades and contracting.

We enable sub-contractors to deliver models to meet their BIM deliverables for projects.

Builders use us to check fabrication models against design and to check and coordinate other trades for more accuracy and reduced unknowns.

We can be novated to builder in D&C procurement whilst designers can remain client side.

The construction industry is a complex and challenging one, and builders face a number of business challenges. These challenges can vary depending on the size and type of builder, but some of the most common include:

  • Competition: The construction industry is highly competitive, with many different companies vying for the same projects. This can make it difficult to win new work and stay profitable.
  • reduce risk by being in control of what documentation is required for trades etc
  • Regulations: The construction industry is heavily regulated, with a variety of codes and standards that must be met. This can add time and expense to projects, and can make it difficult to get projects approved.
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  • Costs: The cost of construction has been rising in recent years, which can put a strain on builders’ budgets. This can make it difficult to stay competitive and win new projects.
  • VE and trade pakages, reduce errors. fold in fabrication level information into packages
  • Labor shortages: There is a shortage of skilled labor in the construction industry, which can make it difficult to find and hire the workers needed to complete projects. This can impact the quality of work and the ability to meet deadlines.
  • make trades easier to engage with less uncertainty
  • Weather: The weather can play a major role in construction projects, and delays due to bad weather can be costly.
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  • Unforeseen circumstances: There are always unforeseen circumstances that can arise during a construction project, such as changes in the scope of work, material shortages, or labor disputes. These can add to the cost and complexity of projects, and can make it difficult to meet deadlines.
  • build virtually before building it on site.

Despite these challenges, the construction industry is still a viable and rewarding one. By being aware of the challenges and taking steps to address them, builders can increase their chances of success.

Here are some tips for builders to overcome these challenges:

  • Develop a strong network: One of the best ways to overcome the challenges of competition is to develop a strong network of contacts. This includes other builders, suppliers, subcontractors, and potential clients. By developing strong relationships with these individuals, builders can get the inside track on new projects and the resources they need to be successful.
  • Stay up-to-date on regulations: The construction industry is constantly changing, and builders need to stay up-to-date on the latest regulations in order to stay compliant. This can be a challenge, but it’s essential for avoiding costly fines and delays.
  • Be prepared for cost overruns: It’s important to be prepared for cost overruns in the construction industry. This means having a contingency plan in place in case of unexpected expenses. By being prepared for the unexpected, builders can reduce the risk of financial losses.
  • Hire the right people: One of the most important decisions a builder can make is who to hire. It’s important to hire qualified and experienced workers who are committed to quality work. By hiring the right people, builders can improve the quality of their work and reduce the risk of delays.
  • Be flexible: The construction industry is unpredictable, and builders need to be flexible in order to adapt to change. This means being willing to adjust plans and schedules as needed. By being flexible, builders can reduce the risk of delays and financial losses.
  • Take care of your workers: The construction industry is physically demanding, and it’s important to take care of your workers. This means providing them with the proper safety equipment and training. It also means providing them with a safe and comfortable work environment. By taking care of your workers, you can improve their productivity and morale.

By following these tips, builders can increase their chances of success in the competitive and challenging construction industry.

projects that are coordinated and reflect construction input from contractor

trade packages customised to suit contractors prefered tendering process.

fold in value engineering and plternatice construction methodologies

measure twice cut once.

we are not designers so resolve design rather than change it.

uncover more unknowns before site / fabrication

able to leverage Builders have a lot of experience in the construction industry, so be respectful of their knowledge and expertise.