Learn How to Unlock Growth, Minimize Risk, and Protect Your Bottom Line With Construction Technology

Construction leaders are facing a perfect storm of challenges: a looming recession, a tight labor market, supply chain disruptions, and more. Under heightened pressure to stay on budget and on schedule, they’re hyper-focused on managing risk.


We brought together leaders from AXA XL, ANDRES, Austin Commercial, and Greystar in a recent webinar focused on using construction technology to unlock growth and manage risk. They’re asking themselves, what risk do we keep? What do we give away? What do we buy insurance for? And how do we assess risk on the jobsite?


Watch to learn more about answering these key questions for yourself. You’ll gain insight into:


  • Why construction leaders are rethinking how they manage risk.
  • Three types of technologies transforming construction—and how they affect risk.
  • How technology is already driving real-world results to mitigate risk on a project as well as across the portfolio.


Fill out the form to watch the webinar now: Unlock Growth, Minimize Risk, and Protect Your Bottom Line With Construction Technology.

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    Imagine you hired someone who never gets tired, never sleeps, consumes every aspect of the project specs, drawings, building information models, site safety plan – anything that you give that person they consume it, they retain it. All day, SiteAware walks around your slab and looks for things that don’t match the project information you gave them, or they scour your envelope for things that don’t match, are missing, installed incorrectly or damaged.

    – Todd Harper, Austin Commercial

    SiteAware gives us the assurance that our teams know exactly what to look for on the projects to keep them moving and deliver with quality as a focus. With the labor shortage, it ramps up a new person by backfilling with a real-time observation that otherwise takes years of experience to gain.


    – John Andres, ANDRES Construction

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