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Effective collaboration is a critical elements of a successful construction project, but also one of the most challenging. It involves multiple stakeholders with diverse roles and interests.
Architects and engineers must work in harmony to ensure that the project's design aligns with structural integrity and functional requirements.
Contractors and subcontractors need to collaborate effectively to execute the project according to the approved plans and specifications, managing timelines, budgets, and quality standards.
The project owner or client must actively engage with all stakeholders, providing clear project objectives, communicating expectations, and resolving conflicts promptly.
When all are aligned, this enables seamless information sharing, enhances decision-making processes, and promotes risk mitigation— ultimately leading to a successful construction project that meets everyone's objectives.
In this case study, we explore how to meet these goals by using the Cupix 3D spatial digital twin platform to document everything from existing conditions to certificate of occupancy.