Managing Construction Challenges with Information Management

Exponent Presents At 63rd Annual Western Winter Workshop

February 29 - March 3, 2024
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Take an in-depth look into information management for construction projects that addresses the communication challenges found throughout the process. With recommendations for information management frameworks and tools along with real-world examples, this presentation offers actionable insights to help your team move forward with confidence and precision.

Don't miss Exponent's speaker presentation or the chance to connect with experts from our Construction Consulting practice in booth 5 at the conference. Learn more and register below.

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"Managing Construction Industry Challenges Through Information Management"

SATURDAY, MAR. 2, 2024 | 8-8:50 A.M. PST

Speakers: Winnie Hung, P.E., LEED AP, Principal, Construction Consulting, Tori Evins, LEED, Manager, Construction Consulting, and Sam Hakam, PMP, Manager, Construction Consulting

The keystone to successful construction projects is effective communication. This communication, however, is often hindered by large volumes of disparate information associated with each project phase and activity. By utilizing proficient information management, construction project managers can strengthen their communication efforts with accurate information to proactively plan and control project schedules and budgets, identify and mitigate risks, improve accountability, enhance visibility, and swiftly address other common project challenges. The roadmap to project success requires information management to take center stage throughout a project's lifecycle. This presentation focuses on the components of an effective information management framework, the challenges that each component addresses, and a selection of prevalent construction industry data management tools that assist in the solution process. It also describes multiple projects that were completed successfully by harnessing information as a critical project resource. 

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