Learning from past mistakes on construction projects is hard – 98% of mega projects incur cost and time overruns according to McKinsey. The challenges are wide-reaching, from collating historical data, to interpreting results, and comparing results across your entire portfolio history.
Thankfully, new tools are being developed, using Artificial Intelligence techniques, to tackle these challenges and unlock massive savings opportunities for contractors, owners, and the community.
Join Toby Buchanan from nPlan to learn how major project teams are using these tools today on projects around the world.
General Manager, nPlan
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Nov. 12th, 2020 @ 11:45am PST
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