Clark’s Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Kickstart program is part of a broader effort to leverage digital building information modeling (BIM) to provide project stakeholders certainty through analysis and automation.
This January, Clark Construction participated in the first annual Smart City Challenge, a hackathon-style competition aimed to source innovative solutions for more sustainable cities in the Washington, DC area.
When face-to-face inspections were no longer feasible due to social distancing requirements, Clark’s project teams adapted with technology solutions to communicate jobsite conditions with remote stakeholders and maintain productivity.
Sameer Bhargava, executive vice president and chief financial officer, is part of Clark’s executive leadership team responsible for the company’s overall growth and financial health.
There are always unknown factors in construction. As we build in increasingly constrained urban environments or deliver projects that inspire the imagination, unforeseen conditions and complex operations challenge teams to dive deep into the planning process.
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. While that might be true, Clark’s Field Engineering Group has found a way to use old technology with new tricks to add value on complex projects.