Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Case Study – Real-Time Problem Solving with Flux on the DC Water Project

From the Medium website:

Aug 24

Real-Time Problem Solving on the DC Water Project with Flux

Seamless collaboration is emerging as a fundamental necessity in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Whether in a “Big Room” or its virtual equivalent, effective planning and efficient problem solving, often between firms and across distance, can determine success or failure.

At Flux, our mission is to make building predictably great. We do this by breaking down barriers to construction quality caused by siloed construction data. We build tools that connect and organize information from different applications enabling designers, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, owners and material suppliers to use their preferred tools and seamlessly collaborate. Recently, Flux’s cloud application platform was used by architectural firm, SmithGroupJJR, and construction and development giant, Skanska, to collaborate on the construction of the new headquarters for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, currently under construction.

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