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Regularly scheduled Virtual Tours can significantly decrease construction management complexity. With a single virtual tour, all managers can view and oversee construction progress and keep subcontractors accountable for the work being completed. Many times, contractors are traveling from site to site, and are unable to get adequate documentation for the client.
Below are just some of the Industry uses for Virtual Tours
Industrial Facilities: Plant documentation and inspections.
Construction: Construction progress updates, as-built conditions, change verification, due diligence, permanent visual records, owner accountability.
Civil Infrastructure: Infrastructure management, documentation, inspections.
Facilities Management: Facilities condition documentation, MEP documentation, Inspections.
360° construction progress photos provide complete coverage, helping construction firms comply with contractual obligations for site documentation while providing accurate visual construction records that reduce risk if any claims should arise.
Utilizing sophisticated reality capture technology, Virtual Tours provide complete site documentation. 3D construction walkthroughs allow owners, general contractors, and facilities managers to “walk” through their construction site remotely.
Benefits of a Virtual Tour for project management
Once scanned, all members of your team have access to the virtual tour from every phase of your project
Custom Scan Intervals
Site managers can select scan intervals be phase, daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthy intervals
The implementation of virtual tour footage as a communication and documentation tool helps hold builders accountable for operating costs like staff-hours, materials, and more.
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