Delivering Predictable Construction Project Outcomes with Innovative Technology

Corie cheeseman | February 11, 2019

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A group is responsible for preconstruction, operations, scheduling, virtual design and construction, and construction technology. We handle innovation efforts, including managing to fund innovative project ideas and implementing various pilots-whether they’re technology or otherwise-on our projects. We also partner with industry players and have invested in ideas like digital prefabrication.

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CMX, an engineering and consulting firm, offers a broad range of consulting services for public and private clients from 15 office locations strategically located throughout the Northeast and Florida. Our award-winning company serves seven core markets: transportation, land development, public works, environmental, building services, telecommunications and sports engineering.

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