We all know the important role of innovation in staying competitive in business. We also realize the critical role technology plays in the lives of all our customers. Many of our customers conduct important business from their temporary modular jobsite office and most require access to technology to get their job done effectively and efficiently.
We are meeting a demand for these products and services. According to the latest building information modeling (BIM) Smart Market Report by McGraw-Hill Construction, 74% of general contractors interviewed are adopting BIM practices in their firms and at project sites. As a result, many firms embrace emerging technologies and incorporate them as standard operating procedures.
Techsuite™ is a new solution to the ever-increasing technology demands of projects that require BIM processes during design and construction phases. The idea behind Techsuite is simple: marry the technology needed on site with the flexibility and mobility of a modular unit. Each high-tech unit comes fully equipped with technology solutions and equipment bundles, essentially turning a standard jobsite modular office into a smart jobsite modular office.
Techsuite is just one example of how Williams Scotsman works diligently to anticipate our clients’ needs. We partnered with NRI to help our customers work smarter and more efficiently. We are essentially turning a standard jobsite modular office into a smart jobsite modular office with this new offering.
Last year our experts spoke at Autodesk University 2013 about “Meeting the Demands of Today’s Technology-Driven Construction Projects.” Techsuite was showcased as the latest industry innovation helping construction companies of all sizes plan and build. You can view that talk here.
This year, Williams Scotsman will have a modular unit on site at Autodesk University in the BIM City portion of the conference. If you are attending Autodesk University be sure to stop by and learn more about our latest product innovations. What’s your experience with incorporating technology on the jobsite?