Q&A: Will construction companies be able to keep pace with demand?

by   |    |   6 minutes  |  in Business Technology, Construction and Contracting, Creativity & Innovation, Strategy, Transform Your Business

In this Q&A, Kenny Ingram, construction and contracting industry expert and Global Industry Director at IFS, answers questions on whether or not construction companies will be able to keep up with demand, along with valuable suggestions for doing so. Kenny has been with IFS for more than 16 years and has worked in the business…

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asset lifecycle solution

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Asset Intensive, Business Technology, Construction and Contracting, Service Management, Strategy

Construction companies are changing their business strategy and preparing for changes. How most companies are operating today The construction industry today is fragmented with a multi-tiered sub-contractor model being used to design and construct new assets. In addition, when the asset is commissioned and handed over, another set of contracts and contractors are involved in…

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drilling contractors

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Applications 9, Business Agility, Business Technology, Events, Oil & Gas

IADC brings together leading drilling contractors to discuss industry challenges around reliability and asset integrity in the dynamic environment of onshore and offshore drilling. This week, some of the leading global onshore/offshore drilling organizations and contractors converged in Houston, Texas for the 2016 IADC Asset Integrity & Reliability Conference. Facing a dynamically changing world and…

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by   |    |   1 minute  |  in Asset Intensive, Business Agility

According to research from PwC, global capital project and infrastructure spending will exceed $9 trillion by 2025. Within asset-intensive sectors like mining, ports, refining, chemical, heavy metals, and pulp and paper, the investment in a new plant is expected to double to nearly $2 trillion in the same timeframe. These new assets should hopefully be…

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