By Larry Bernstein, June, 2023 : The offsite construction industry has been growing. In 2021, it was valued at $49.5 billion and is projected to reach $80.8 billion by 2031, according to Allied Market Research. In line with the growing market, the software offerings dedicated to the industry are also increasing. Below is an overview of some of the available software geared toward offsite.
This cloud-based software, which has been around since 2014, is used to manage materials, factory production and on-site installation. It puts all processes into one platform, so all departments and teams can see the real-time status of design changes, material availability, factory production and on-site installation.
Company CEO Raghi Iyengar has been a pioneer in the construction technology industry for over 35 years, leading software initiatives towards the development of the VDC (Virtual Design & Construction) process and helping bring BIM into construction.
The software improves visibility across teams and projects, with all details of the prefabrication process updated in real-time. All departments can see all aspects of a project at any time and on their preferred device (computer, phone, or tablet), making it simple for everyone to stay up to date.
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