Reducing Rework with Technology
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Innovative Builder Series: Reducing Rework
A Course for Specialty Contractors
Note about the Final Quiz:
After completing the course content you will take the final quiz. You'll need to answer 8/10 (80%) of the questions correctly in order to pass this course. If you do not receive a score of 80%, click "Retake Quiz" to try again. When you pass the final quiz, click "EXIT COURSE" to receive your certificate of completion.
Written Content and Multimedia
This course was created specifically for specialty contractors. Changing the way you organize documents and communicate change will take your business to new levels. There is technology available that can help you significantly reduce rework by enhancing how you navigate change from the field to the office and back. In this course you’ll explore the use cases for a stronger document processing system, and 3D modeling software, that can reduce ambiguities and reveal conflicting design in drawings. Throughout these examples you will witness a new way to work, one with more effective collaboration and less unnecessary rework.
- Identify the consequences of unmitigated rework, including increased construction costs, schedule delays, and unnecessary stress on working relationships.
- Explain the benefits of moving to a cloud-based drawing management system.
- Summarize how Building Information Modeling (BIM) software can upgrade your planning process and catch rework before it happens.
- Recognize the advantage of early and continuous communication and collaboration with all project stakeholders.
Continuing Education Credit:
This course has been approved by these organizations and associations.
Course Title: Innovative Builder Series: Reducing Rework with Technology
Course Number: PC-354
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 1 AIA LU
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