With the federal government poised to invest more than $500 billion into infrastructure over the next five years, competition to win bids for construction projects—from road and bridge repair to mass transit system expansion – is expected to be fierce.
Today, construction companies are increasingly turning to cloud-based software solutions to help manage their projects, big and small, from take-off to close-out. And that’s why the internet connectivity provided by services such as Fixed Wireless Access, that construction companies use at work sites can make the difference between success or a stalled project.
Construction project-management software accelerates the estimation process, facilitates communication and data-exchange with clients, sub-contractors and project teams, and enables efficient handling of resource-management and budget processes. Reflecting its critical role in helping construction companies compete for, win and execute on contracts, the construction project-management software market is expected to double by 2028, to $2.8 billion. At the same time, Fixed Wireless Access—which can provide reliable connectivity to the internet from locations including construction sites—has emerged as a powerful business-enabler for construction companies.