Unlocking New Opportunities with Digital Workflows: The Architects’ Perspective
Just seconds behind owners, architects have been a driving force in the adoption of digital workflows. However, with increasing client demands, digitization is imperative. Get an in-depth perspective on how architects benefit from inter-company and multi-company workflows, and where there is room for improvement.
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Highlights in this 38-page report:
Need for Consolidation Continues
In order to successfully implement digital workflows, architects continue to struggle with an unwieldy, disconnected tech stack.
Levels of Architect Satisfaction
Architects who use digital workflows are far more satisfied with their connections with stakeholders.
Areas of Investment
Construction documentation and model-based workflows are top areas of investment for architects who currently use digital workflows and those who do not.
Improved internal processes
Of architects say more efficient internal processes is the top benefit of digital workflows.
Fewer changes to projects
Of architects report quality improvements and less project changes as a result of digitalization.
“Architects like to design everything, and if we give more developed starting point files and processes to teams, then we can channel all that creative energy into benefits to our clients.”
Patrick Thibaudeau, LEED Fellow, Principal Sustainability Officer, JLG Architects