5 Reasons Data Is Construction’s Most Valuable Resource

ANASTASIOS KOUTSOGIANNIS | October 31, 2018

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A few months ago, The Economist referred to data as the oil of modern times, underlining its immense importance for every aspect of society both on a professional and personal level. It goes without saying that the construction industry is no exception to that. The advent of digital tools has enabled the generation, collection, and analysis of valuable bits of information which can play a substantial role in optimizing the sector as a whole.

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