As virtual reality technologies become more commonplace, there is a growing demand for a spatial understanding of the future building and its' workspaces. From a builder’s perspective, there is increasing pressure to perform more efficiently without sacrificing quality and safety. The only way to enable these efficiencies is by rethinking the project delivery method.
It is pretty well understood that every project requires a different set of skills from from each stakeholder. When rethinking a project’s delivery, a majority of the important decisions occur early on in the design phase. Let’s suppose all the stakeholders are included at this phase allowing for more accurate scope and geometric detail. Together, project stakeholders could make decisions that would lead to dramatic effects on the physical construction of the project in the areas of timing, delivery and cost.