In 2023, the construction industry witnessed a transformative shift towards sustainability, harnessing BIM for enhanced project visualization, and embracing modular construction. With VisiLean’s integrated platform, projects optimized resource allocation and mitigated workforce shortages, while contributing to global market growth. As we enter 2024, VisiLean continues to drive innovation, promising a progressive future for the construction industry.
VisiLean is a leading provider of construction project management solutions and a trailblazer in offering Lean-BIM integrated expertise. We’re excited to roll out special offers and promotions exclusively designed for former customers of Bosch RefineMySite and others for embracing the VisiLean platform. Acknowledging the unique needs of these users, VisiLean is committed to providing not only a seamless transition but also an enriched experience through exclusive benefits, comprehensive product training, and exceptional customer support in the following ways.
VisiLean has been recognised as the “Most Innovative Construction Startup” at the prestigious Building Innovation Awards 2023!
Sustainability in construction projects should originate in the design in order to reflect throughout the lifecycle of the project. However, in reality, the inefficiencies in project execution processes due to overtime, rework, and wasteful workflows contribute to significant carbon emissions across each project and the industry at large. A well-defined plan using VisiLean’s cutting-edge technology that is built on lean construction principles and tools will help overcome these inefficiencies and lead to a swift and sustainable execution of a project.
Soil-Build’s Verticus project in Singapore used VisiLean as a digital collaborative tool for optimised project management. See how VisiLean improved planning, tracking, communication, and BIM implementation.
Customers are an essential part of any business. A Harvard Business Review report states that “customer satisfaction leads to long-term loyalty, which leads to increased market share, higher profits, and a more positive public image.”
With passenger traffic set to double by 2035, the pressure on airports and their associated infrastructure to be future-ready are mounting.
According to the old adage, the proof is in the numbers. So allow us to throw you some random facts and figures. According to a study, Redshift predicts that the AEC industry will need to build 13,000 buildings each day between now and 2050.
The annual Indian Lean Construction Conference 2022 (ILCC 2022), which was organized by the Institute for Lean Construction Excellence (ILCE) and the National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR), was held at Hyderabad, India, a couple of weeks ago.
Before we go into our experiences at The Big 5: International Building and Construction Show held in Dubai earlier this month in detail, allow us to share a piece of good news.
Global warming, go green, green buildings, sustainable construction. Hardly a day passes by without us coming across headlines that scream these words.
Long before the dust settles in on the Highways UK 2022, we thought we would share our experiences from this year’s mega event.
There is no denying the fact that we lead busy lives. Overflowing to-do lists, unanswered emails, stress, and lifestyle diseases – this is life as we know it now.
There’s nothing more astounding than driving past a construction site and seeing hundreds of workers, huge cranes, and other machinery all over the field.
If you are someone who loves to stay productive and organised, it is high time that you embraced checklists.
Across the globe, inflation rates are soaring. Interest rates are rising. Add to it the woes of the Covid 19 pandemic, new geopolitical risks, and supply chain disruptions – the world is facing yet another challenging time. The construction industry has taken a huge hit. In the UK, the builders report customers are putting new […]
Conferences and exhibitions provide a unique opportunity to interact with the big players – both in academia and the construction industry.
Data, fragmented data, data integration, slow digitalisation. The construction industry is being introduced to new issues and solutions every day.
Key Benefits of Mobile technology in construction and how Mobile apps can improve construction project management
Mobile technology is changing the way we interact with the world. With over two billion active users and counting, there’s no doubt that mobile apps have become an integral part of our lives.
Wearable technology is becoming more and more popular with people of all ages.
The construction industry is one of the most data-intensive industries in the world. Construction companies generate thousands of gigabytes of data daily.
In an industry notorious for inefficiency, construction companies are turning to Lean management techniques to streamline their workflows.
Managing construction projects – however small or big – is no easy feat. Ask anyone in the construction industry, and they will tell you that it requires extensive planning and maturity.
The construction industry is in a state of flux with technology being one of the key drivers.
Disruption, they say, reshapes the world. And the construction industry, which is deeply rooted in the built, real-world, might seem less likely to be disrupted when compared to the other.
These days, ideas are easy to come by. The value of an idea, however, lies in using it for the greater good.
The construction industry is evolving and VisiLean has been playing a significant role in bringing about this change.
We live in a world where digitalisation is the buzzword. While most of the other sectors embraced it quickly, the construction industry has so far remained an industry characterised by manual processes and traditional methods.
Construction management is a daunting process. The timelines, budgets, scheduling, communication, decision-making, analytics, various stakeholders; there are quite a lot of things that have to be managed effectively for the successful completion of a project.
The adoption of BIM in the construction industry has been evidently documented for its successes in enabling lean outcomes and efficiency across projects.