Through The Lens Episode #1: The Future of Quality Control

      The construction industry has always been accused of being slow to pick up new technologies, but that is all changing.

      The contractor’s view: How AR is transforming construction

      Andrew Nicoll, Operations Director – Design at Mace Group, shares his insights on the impact of Engineering Grade AR in construction.  

      Top 5 tips for a more efficient construction project

      It is essential, especially in today’s challenging economic climate, for construction crews to maximize their efficiency. 

      eBook: The solutions to constructions most expensive problem

      Read our latest eBook ‘The root causes of rework in construction’ and discover how to tackle the multi-billion dollar elephant in the room.

      5 effective ways to eliminate rework

      Today we offer you some practical solutions to eradicate rework, saving construction teams valuable time and money.

      eBook: The root causes of rework

      Read our latest eBook ‘The root causes of rework in construction’ and discover how to tackle the multi-billion dollar elephant in the room.

      Building data centres: Market booming but challenges loom

      Explore the difficulties facing data centre construction and how Engineering-Grade Augmented Reality is key to successful delivery on these complex projects.

      How PM Group leveraged Engineering-Grade AR to deliver 9X ROI

      Coral Butler, Group Head of Digital Project Delivery at PM Group explains how Engineering-Grade Augmented Reality (AR) saved £2.5 million and delivered 9X ROI on a large, hyperscale, data-centre project. 

      Construction rework horror stories: Real examples of rework nightmares

      Right on time for Halloween, we thought we’d share some spine-chilling rework horror stories

      Webinar: Developing AR technology fit for the construction industry

      How XYZ created the world’s most accurate AR headset for construction 

      The environmental cost of error and rework in construction

      Rework accounts for up to 5% of construction’s emissions. It is not only a financial blight on our industry, but an environmental threat to the world.  

      Understanding the scale of construction’s rework problem

      The costs of error and rework are estimated to be as much as 30% of project costs by some experts. This could mean the industry is wasting hundreds of billions of dollars each year.

      Webinar: Accelerating data centre construction with Augmented Reality

      The technology landscape is changing at an ever-increasing speed. Construction technology continues to rapidly evolve and drive forward the industry to become safer, cheaper and quicker.

      Technology can help contractors avoid disputes and eliminate rework

      Rework and disputes in construction cost time, money and effort. Joe Hughes at XYZ Reality explores how a proactive approach can manage and mitigate rework, and avoid costly disputes. 

      Advanced technology: The key to subcontractor quality assurance

      How XYZ Reality’s Engineering-Grade Augmented Reality headset, the Atom, enables superior on-site accuracy, eliminating rework and driving quality assurance for subcontractors.

      It’s time construction started prioritising value

      Stephen Webb, Field Application Manager at XYZ Reality, writes about the challenges the construction sector faces and the value that can be delivered through a sensible approach to digital adoption.  

      Why efficiency in construction is more important than ever

      After three turbulent years, we explore how the industry is adapting to change.

      How advanced technology is improving on-site safety in construction

      Helping contractors work more efficiently and effectively within regulatory guidelines, advanced technology holds the key to safety in construction.

      Laser scanning is costing your construction project money. Here’s why

      Laser scanning has the potential to streamline many aspects of quality management in construction. But does it approach validation and remediation from the wrong perspective? (YES!) 

      Repurposed technology in construction: Why it doesn’t work

      To close the productivity gap, construction must turn to ‘construction-first’ digital solutions, developed by those who have a complete understanding of the sector’s challenges and inefficiencies.