BIM, INDUSTRY 4.0 and the career potential
The construction industry is evolving. Rapidly. The future looks bright for the digital centric.
10 years ago, we were still building everything ‘on-site’. Some still are. But increasingly, the new industry leaders are aware of the advantages of digitalisation and the need to move from Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0 where everything is connected.
Construction has an opportunity to increase productivity and profitability by embracing Industry 4.0.
BIM is laying the groundwork. It is forcing the adoption of digital technologies and technology providers are racing to develop advanced applications to meet the needs of a smarter construction industry. This video from Willow is a good example.
BIM and the world of digital construction is an exciting place to be right now. The construction industry is evolving but it has a long way to go and it needs people, inspired by the potential, to put in the hard yards, keep up the momentum and make it happen – be that with the future thinking technology creators, data scientists, the designers, the builders or the maintenance providers.
LIVE DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION OPPORTUNITIES
Covid has temporarily slowed down recruitment across the construction industry – globally. But some are thriving – like Willow – who are looking for a senior BIM Manager in Australia right now and others like Bentley, the BRE, ISG, Kier, L&Q, McGee, Sisk and Vinci – you can find their digital construction opportunities and more on our new BIM jobs board here
With the focus shifting more towards digitalisation as the industry recovers, we will see many more exciting opportunities like these. The jobs board is the place to find them. To keep up to speed, you can register here