Many construction companies probably already have a lot of data. The problem is, there’s a barrier that stops this data from being useful.
We know that waste is costing the industry billions every year, with that in mind surely we would be better
Qflow’s core mission is to leave the world in a better place than we found it. We are therefore very
Since starting here at Qflow I have sat in many meetings where I’ve been told time and time again that
In 2019, the UK Government introduced a new target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 100% (compared to
I first met the team in 2020 when working on a demolition and ground remediation project in North London. Qflow
Qflow’s core mission is to leave the world in a better place than we found it. We are therefore very concerned about the continuing conflict.
Data only has the potential to be valuable when it is of a high quality (complete, structured, and consistent) and is accessible. This data only becomes valuable when it is used to inform action in the real world.
As everyone knows, construction falls behind the global digitisation and technology curve, and as a deeply physical industry, I can say with some confidence that software will not eat construction.