ALAMOGORDO, NM / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2022 / Structural and commercial contractor, Dennis Crimmins highlights the many ways in which technology is revolutionizing the construction industry. With over forty years of industry-related experience, Dennis has seen how innovation can increase efficiency while making construction sites safer for workers. From drone technology to project management software, he briefly touches on some of the industry's game changers. He first discusses prefabrication , which involves assembling several components of a project offsite and then transporting them to the construction site at a later point in the process.
"Prefabrication has been in existence for a long time, but it is becoming easier to implement in today's construction projects. Using mobile technology, builders and owners can partake in the manufacturing process and view all parts of the construction. This helps ensure that the construction process is efficient from beginning to end. Prefabrication also increases worker safety."
According to Dennis, Prefabrication is not only cost effective and efficient it also mitigates the chance of injury. Similarly, with more companies focused on sustainability, prefabrication is also considered more eco-friendly as it decreases the amount of waste left at construction sites. Dennis also highlights the increased usage of 3-D technology stating,
"3-D printing has made a major impact on many tech-driven industries. 3-D printing was initially used for small-scale models and parts, but as the technology matured, it produced parts for full-size projects. 3-D printing will have a lasting impact on construction, especially as materials like concrete become available. 2017 saw the first bridges constructed partly with 3-D printing technology in concrete."
With many advancements including computer aided design and virtual and augmented reality, the construction landscape continues to evolve. Those interested in reading the full article can do so on blogtrepreneur.com.
About Dennis Crimmins
Dennis Crimmins has been a structural and commercial contractor since 1982 and has built one of the largest commercial construction companies in Southern New Mexico. As the current owner of WSCI LLC, Dennis now focuses primarily on the development side of his business. Dennis has established partnerships with many national franchises and has played an integral role in the development of city halls, military buildings, and dispatch centers.
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