Research and development
Improving processes and moving beyond sustainability is a big but necessary challenge that construction companies must undertake. Clestra Hauserman emphasizes technological innovation as an important sustainability driver for the future of the construction industry. Increasing project intricacy and delivery leadtime have a significant impact on the industry's environmental footprint. Hence, data analysis models like BIM technology help to streamline processes and cut down environmental costs in construction projects.
BIM sees building as an integrated ecosystem which will be generating data from the construction phase until the end of its lifecycle. When deployed at early stages, BIM solutions create a virtual twin of the project allowing every supplier and contractor to share real-time information and accurately check pain-points prior to the project execution.
BIM will soon be a strong enabler for sustainable process thanks to accurate process plannification, efficient building maintenance and construction leadtime reduction.
Clestra partitions are now BIM-compliant and can be integrated into digital-twin buildings as part of the building's infrastructure.