How to Survive Technological Disruption in The Construction Industry
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Want to avoid extinction in the face of technological disruption? Watch this BuildTech Talk webinar presented by Penta.
Technological disruption impacts every industry — even labor-intensive, last-mile industries like construction are being radically transformed by emerging technologies at an ever-quickening rate.
Construction as an industry hasn’t kept pace with the technological advances adopted by industry at large, but construction companies will quickly reach a tipping point where they must adapt and adopt new technologies or they will lose out to emerging tech-savvy construction conglomerates and face extinction.
In this BuildTech Talk session, we introduce you to the transformative technologies that will shape the future of our industry including:
- Geolocation tools and higher definition surveying: Drones and smart devices will power the way job sites are managed
- 5-D building information modeling: Adding cost and timeline to building models will improve project outcomes
- Digital collaboration and mobility: Information will always be available as jobsites become more digitally connected
- The internet of things and advanced analytics: Jobsite data will be collected and connected at unprecedented rates
- Future-proof design and construction: Advances in materials science are transforming building processes
We also offer you simple guidance on how to begin the process of technological transformation inside your construction company, and we’ll see the real-world impacts of digital adoption on Lithko. Our case study will offer you key insights into how this construction company was able to connect everyone from the field to the back office to increase productivity and profitability without adding to their workloads.
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About Bill Wagner
Bill Wagner, Penta’s President, is an experienced marketing professional and strategic thought leader, passionate about using marketing to drive growth and create great experiences for customers.
Bill is responsible for leading Penta's long-term strategy, product portfolio and demand generation activities by focusing on developing solutions that meet the unique needs of key stakeholders at labor-intensive specialty contracting firms across multiple markets.
Wagner has experience working with start-ups, mid-size, and Fortune Global 500 firms including ABB, Badger Meter, Direct Supply and ARI Network Services. Bill is also the Past President of the Milwaukee Chapter of the American Marketing Association and is a sought-after speaker on the topics of digital disruption, business strategy and the impact of digital experiences on the customer journey. He has recently served as a featured presenter for the Equipment Dealers Association, American Marketing Association, Young Professionals Organization, Group Conference Call, and at the GreenExpo.
About Andy Lambert
Director of Applied Construction Technology
Andy is responsible for driving product and solutions that solve industry challenges, and getting those solutions into the hands of the end user. He is also an industry thought leader, collaborator, and speaker.
Prior to joining Penta Technologies, Andy worked for various Electrical Contractors as a member of the IBEW. Andy holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, a degree in Electrical Construction, and Lean certifications.
Andy has over 17 years’ experience in the Construction and Construction Technology industry. He has vast experience delivering solutions to over 100 large construction firms throughout the United States and Canada by bringing together people, process, and technology. He is a passionate, high-energy, results driven professional with a diverse skill set that has contributed value and ROI to customers and stakeholders. As a product and solution champion, his motivation and energy stem from a strong belief in teamwork, relationship building, customer/stakeholder interaction, and leveraging the latest technology to meet the tough business challenges facing construction today and in the future.